Asked Jan 11, 2020

Why would a company invest in debt or equity securities?


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Debt securities: The financial instruments which are bought by investors, or corporations, or mutual funds, are referred to as debt securities. The companies issue debt securities to raise capital for the purposes of purchasing assets, or paying debts.

Equity securities: The fi...

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