Adani Power settled at Rs 100.05 on BSE, at almost the same level as the initial public offer
What are Bonds?
Bonds are debt market instruments which represent a loan made by an investor to a (typically Government, Corporations & other organisations.) Investors are offered fixed interest on investment value which is commonly referred to as Coupon. Most instruments have a finite period often referred to as tenure or maturity. Once issued, these instruments trade on stock exchanges allowing investors to enter/exit securities in secondary market. Price movement of debt instruments is inversely proportional to interest rates i.e. decrease in current interest rates causes prices of listed debt securities to move higher and vice versa.