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When you sell a corporate bond, the buyer is billed for the interest on your bond for the time you held it. You receive your interest payment from the buyer. The buyer then collects the full interest payment whenever it is paid.Preferred stocks are often traded flat. So whoever is the owner of record on the x date receives the whole payment. Market price of shares tends to factor in the dividend payment more or less.Which way works for treasuries?
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