Bull Bear Bond

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Definition: Bull Bear Bond

Bull Bear Bond is a fixed interest bond whose final maturity value is derived from two parts- the bull bond issue and the bear bond issue.

Both of these parts value depends on the stock market index.

The bull bond’s issue value rises when the market goes into the positive sentiment and the index rises. Similarly, the bear bond’s value rises when the market goes into the pessimistic mode and the index decreases.

The combined values of both these parts contribute to the final value of the Bull Bear Bond.

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