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fixed-income

[fikst-in-kuhm] /ˈfɪkstˈɪn kʌm/
adjective
1.
gaining or yielding a more or less uniform rate of income.
Origin
1855-1860
1855-60
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  • The following tax-exempt fixed-income issues are scheduled for pricing this week.
  • The business of fixed-income sales and trading, which has suffered two bad quarters, will be cut back.
  • The firm's problems come mainly from having bet all to build up a fixed-income business.
  • There are simply not enough inflation-linked, fixed-income instruments around to remove that.
  • The new boss will also have to decide whether to pare back the fixed-income operation and if so by how much.
  • Stated annual percentage of interest paid on a fixed-income investment.

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