Debt Funds are a class of mutual funds that invest in fixed income securities like government bonds, corporate bonds, treasury bills, commercial paper and other money market instruments. The objective of a debt fund investment is to generate fixed income with capital appreciation. Debt funds are less risky compared to other mutual fund classes because they invest in low risk, interest bearing securities with defined maturity period.
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