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 Some examples of types of bond: Some examples of types of bond:
  
-^ Corporate bonds | The debt of commercial entities, either as long-term (~10 years) **debentures** or shorter-term **commercial paper**((Essentially a post-dated cheque with a maturity of no more than 270 days.). |+^ Corporate bonds | The debt of commercial entities, either as long-term (~10 years) **debentures** or shorter-term **commercial paper**((Essentially a post-dated cheque with a maturity of no more than 270 days.)). |
 ^ Government bonds | Long-term bonds issued by governments to fund public spending. Typically long-term and low-interest,​ historically considered low risk. | ^ Government bonds | Long-term bonds issued by governments to fund public spending. Typically long-term and low-interest,​ historically considered low risk. |
 ^ Municipal bonds | Similar to government bonds, but issued by a smaller government unit, such as a city council. | ^ Municipal bonds | Similar to government bonds, but issued by a smaller government unit, such as a city council. |
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