Basis Point is a measurement of the yield of a bond. One-hundredth of 1 percent. What does this mean? It means that one hundred basis points equals 1 percent. So 500 Basis Points would be you guessed it 5 points. Now it’s your turn – 2000 Basis Points equals? Well it equals way too much unless you’re on the winning side of this transaction. 🙂
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