Fixed income refers to financial instruments that provide a predetermined stream of income to investors. These instruments typically include bonds, loans, and other debt securities. The income generated from fixed-income investments is usually in the form of periodic interest payments, known as coupon payments, and the return of principal at maturity. Fixed-income investments are considered less risky than equities and can offer a stable income stream, making them popular among conservative investors.
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