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fixed income

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfixed incomeˌfixed ˈincome noun [countable]  an amount of money that you receive to live on that does not change pensioners living on a fixed income
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fixed incomeIt is an illiquid asset which generates a fixed income depending on the stock's interest rate.They pay a fixed income each year and promise to pay investors a set sum on a set date in the future.Lower yields on fixed income securities make equities more attractive than money market instruments for many investors, analysts said.
From Longman Business Dictionaryfixed incomeˌfixed ˈincome [countable, uncountable]FINANCE income that does not increase over time, for example from a PENSION or an ANNUITYwidows, retirees and others living on fixed incomes income
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