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Dont companies give a fixed % no matter what. I dont know what you mean when you say "interest rates directly affects bonds". Bonds a can give a variety of % yields... whats this main interest rate that effects companies bonds %. I could see what you mean if the government bond yields were raised or lowered, but i dont get how other bonds, like from public companies would be effected also.
Bonds are considered a safe form of investment. These can be issued by companies or governments (government bonds are often called a risk-free investment because they are guaranteed to be payed back). Company bonds are not Lithia Springs risk-free because there is a chance that a company will default on loans and enter bankruptcy. But, if the company does default, all debts (bonds) must be paid back. Stocks on the other hand are equity and will typically not be repaid upon bankruptcy, making them more risky investments. Bonds are almost a guarantee that you will get your money back. Now, knowing that stocks may or may not be repaid in event of a bankruptcy, would you rather have a 5% return on a bond or a 5% return on a stock? Common sense says that you would like to be guaranteed to be paid, so you would pick a bond. 5% is a relatively high interest rate on bonds (but the rate will depend on default risk). Stocks typically allow for a higher return than bonds. So with a low interest rate of 1% on bonds and 5% on stocks, would you rather buy a stock or bond? Now it is a matter of personal preference. Risk averse people will prefer bonds, but most people will prefer stocks because of the possibility of a higher return. The interest rate directly affects bonds (because it is paid on debt) and indirectly affects stocks (influences investor behavior). As I've already said, bonds are debt and stocks are equity. It's all a matter of how a company chooses to finance. Debt financing is asking for a loan from investors. Equity financing is selling a piece of the company to an investor. Hopefully that helps. :)