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Glossary Definition
Interest-on-Interest Component

Interest income generated from reinvestment of periodic cash flows. This component of the potential total return is referred to as reinvestment income. For a standard bond that makes only coupon payments and no periodic principal payments prior to the maturity date, the interim cash flows are simply the coupon payments. In the case of amortizing securities, the reinvestment income is the interest income from reinvesting both the coupon interest payments and periodic principal repayments prior to the maturity date.