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ex-coupon

adjective ( also ex coupon)
 
 
FINANCE
relating to a bond that is sold where the buyer does not have the right to obtain a particular interest payment: Transactions settled on or after the ex-dividend date are deemed to be ex-coupon.
ex-coupon adverb →  Compare cum
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