Bonds | DNB

Bonds can offer returns from fixed and variable interest rates – a way to invest spare business capital.

Why choose bonds?

Bonds with fixed interest rates = potentially stable return
Higher interest rates than for regular deposit accounts
Bonds can be issued by Government of Lithuania, governments of foreign countries, or by a range of companies
You can sell your bonds in  the secondary market at any time

Risk warning! Investing involves risks! Read more below.

How to invest in bonds?


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Risk warning
Investing involves risks. The value of the investment during the investment period may increase or decrease, and the return is not guaranteed. In certain cases the investor may lose the invested sum and loses may accumulate in excess of the initial investment. Further information about DNB investment services, terms and conditions, price lists and the related risks can be found here. More...
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