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Sukuk are often called as “Islamic bonds” for simplicity. The designation, however, is technically incorrect. Profit on sukuk is driven by the cash flow of the underlying asset; interest on conventional bonds is a function of the credit quality of the issuer. There is one important similarity between these two asset classes: Both are typically less volatile than publicly-traded stocks.

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