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ex-interestadjective

also ex interest uk   us   STOCK MARKET
not including interest: used to say that the price of bonds does not include the right to receive the next interest payment on them: ex-interest period/bonds
ex-interest
adverb
Registered bonds sell ex-interest when the books are closed.
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