Par Value

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Par Value

The par value, also known as the face value of the bond, refers to the amount that is returned to the investor when the bond matures. If a bond is bought at issuance for $1,000, the investor bought the bond at its par value. At the maturity date, the investor will get back the par value of $1,000. Generally, the par value of bonds is usually $1,000.

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