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Definition 1 A price which is neither rising or falling; here also called Sideways. Definition 2 A bond which is Trading without Accrued interest, such as a bond in default; here also called selling Flat.

Related Terms: 11 Accrued interest, Call, Default, Flat, FIN, ISIN, Interest, Sell, Selling flat, Sideways, Trading
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