Offered Through PNC Investments

Bonds, or fixed income securities, represent debt instruments issued by governments, government agencies and corporations. Bonds generally offer a higher level of stability than stocks, and can provide a steady stream of income in your PNC Investments portfolio.

  • Bonds, also called fixed income investments, may provide a reliable income source (monthly or quarterly income).
  • Income generated may be tax-free.
  • Typically more conservative than equity investments.
  • May reduce portfolio volatility.
  • Bonds are subject to risk including interest rate risk and issuer default risk.

PNC Investments offers the following types of bonds:

  • U.S. Treasury bonds
  • Municipal bonds
  • Government agency bonds
  • Corporate bonds

Pricing & Fees

For pricing and fee information, please contact PNC Investments or see the PNC Investments Overview of Products and Services.

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