At Par

In investing, the term “at par” is primarily used in relation to debt obligations such as bonds. When a debt obligation is traded at par, it is bought or sold at its face value.

A debt obligation may also be traded below par (at a price lower than its face value) or above par (at a price higher than its face value).

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