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 +====== Glossary - J ======
 +[[:​glossary_a|A]] [[:​glossary_b|B]] [[:​glossary_c|C]] [[:​glossary_d|D]] [[:​glossary_e|E]] [[:​glossary_f|F]] [[:​glossary_g|G]] [[:​glossary_h|H]] [[:​glossary_i|I]] **J** [[:​glossary_k|K]] [[:​glossary_l|L]] [[:​glossary_m|M]] [[:​glossary_n|N]] [[:​glossary_o|O]] [[:​glossary_p|P]] [[:​glossary_q|Q]] [[:​glossary_r|R]] [[:​glossary_s|S]] [[:​glossary_t|T]] [[:​glossary_u|U]] [[:​glossary_v|V]] [[:​glossary_w|W]] [[:​glossary_x|X]] [[:​glossary_y|Y]] [[:​glossary_z|Z]]
 +==== Junk Bond ====
 +Wall Street slang for high-yield or non-investment grade bonds, described as such because these securities carry a higher default risk than investment-grade bonds with higher ratings. Junk bonds are rated '​Ba'​ or lower by Moody'​s,​ or '​BB'​ or lower by Standard & Poors.