Bond Convexity

In finance, bond convexity is a measure of how much an individual or group of individuals (call them investors) is willing to pay to buy a certain amount of debt.

When it is high, investors are more likely to buy debt because it gives them the security they need to finance their investments. When it is low, investors are less likely to buy debt because it could give them too much of a return on their investment.

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