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A synthetic bond is a synthetic position made up of a mixture of investments designed to mimic the cash flow and risk profile of a corporate bond. A synthetic bond can contain items such as: bond puts, bond calls, bond futures, Treasuries, money market securities, and credit default swaps'.
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