Floating Rate Notes Explained

“Investors are often worried about the risk that rising yields pose to their fixed income investments. After all, bond prices and yields tend to move in opposite directions, so when rates are rising that tends to push prices lower.  But that relationship doesn’t necessarily ring true for investments with floating coupon rates. Collin Martin explains “floaters” on this episode of Bond Market Today.” –Charles Schwab

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