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In its decision, the Commission rejects a request for an exemption from the EEC's Competition Rules in respect of a collective system of retail price maintenance of books. In the case of long-maturity bond, a change in market interest rate results in a relatively large price change when compared to a short-maturity bond.
Long-term bond is more sensitive to interest rate changes than short-term bond. This is why short-term bonds generally possess less exposure to interest rate risk.
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