Securities market term. A price of a bond that excludes the interest accrued on the bond. Price et al is quoted and documented. However, a buyer must pay the quoted price plus the accrued interest, called the dirty price, to purchase the bond. Prominent in the UK and elsewhere, but not in the US.

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