adjectiveRelated wordsIf a bond or stock is priced below par, it is trading below its face value. If a bond or stock is priced at par, it is trading at its face value. ( Finance : Investment , Stocks )
The notes will be offered at various prices above par to bring the yield down to market rates.
If prices are above par, the bond is priced at greater than 100, which is called trading at a premium.
If a bond or stock is priced above par, it is trading for more than its face value.
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