clean price

clean price
The price of a gilt-edged security excluding the accrued interest since the previous dividend payment. Interest on gilt-edged stocks accrues continuously although dividends are paid at fixed intervals (usually six months). Prices quoted in newspapers are usually clean prices, although a buyer will normally pay for and receive the accrued income as well as the stock itself.

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