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fixed-incomeadjective [before noun]

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FINANCE used to describe investments such as bonds that pay the same amount of money every month, year, etc.: Some experts predict that we might start to see a shift from shares to fixed-income bonds.

fixed incomenoun [C or U]

uk   us   FINANCE
an income, for example from a pension, that does not change over a period of time: Many senior citizens live on fixed incomes.
investments that provide an income that does not change over a period of time: We can advise you on how to invest in fixed income (bonds and gilts).
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