You are signed in
FT Seasonal Appeal
FT press cuttings
Social Media hub
Work & Careers
Life & Arts
Definition of corporate bond
A bond issued by a company. The terms are normally tied to the credit rating given to the company's previous issues - the lower the rating, the higher the yield. Corporate bonds are normally tradable on the secondary market.
Add Term to Watchlist
FT Articles & Analysis
Trump tax shake-up and French elections pose threats
It’s an issuer’s market in US corporate bonds
Political fears hit Europe’s corporate bond market
Corporate bond funds are not the worry as QE era ends
BoE’s corporate bond buying surpasses expectations
See more articles mentioning "
" or search FT.com
Looking to improve your business skills?
Find free courses with the FT MOOC Tracker
Looking for an MBA?
Find the best schools on FT Rankings