treasury bond

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treasury bond

n. a long-term bond issued by the U. S. Treasury. (See: treasury bill, treasury note)

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Savings T-bonds (electronic) are non-negotiable RMB bonds issued by Ministry of Finance of the People's Republic of China and sold to individuals by underwriting members.
15% this would mean the 5Y T-bond will be about 30bp cheaper.
5 per cent of the outstanding T-bill and T-bond stock.
Unmet demand from cancelled T-bond auctions and a shortened Retail Treasury Bond (RTB) offer period also contributed to the drop in T-bill yields.
There has been increasing appetite for the 3-year T-bond over the past few auctions; its yield has fallen by over 25 basis points since Feb.
The T-Bond Yield is the yield of Treasury bonds at the time of the issue.
In addition, the 5-year T-bond rate for pre-SOX firms is significantly higher than the rate for post-SOX firms, which shows that there were large economic fluctuations during the sample period.
Global Banking News-27 August 2008-Bank of Italy reports oversubscription of T-bond auction(C)2008 ENPublishing - http://www.
Shimon Weiner from Meridian's New Jersey office secured $14,000,000 at a rate of 115 BPS over the 30-year T-bond on behalf of the borrower.
The model implies that the impact of a monthly change in RISK was about the same as a twenty basis point change in T-bond yields.
For purposes of illustration, we will discuss the Chicago Board of Trade's March 1995 T-bond futures contract for the period under analysis.