Why do bond prices change?

The change in bond prices can be hard to understand at first. Why would the price of the bond change when every other aspect of the bond is static? The interest rate, maturity date, and face value is already agreed upon. So what is there to change, and why does it happen?

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2 Responses to Why do bond prices change?

  1. David A. says:

    Interesting. How do you come up with the data? How much did you spent on the infographics?

    I’m trying to get one done as well, just not sure how to scrape data of dailyfx and get a competitive infographics freelancer to piece them together.

    Nice work.

    Regards
    David

    • JeffJeff says:

      Sorry I missed your comment, I have been so busy lately and I never got an update by email that there were new comments. I came up with the data and did the infographic myself. It takes a lot of time, but I think its worth it.

      What kind of infographic do you want to make? Maybe I can help you…

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