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treasury note

n. a promissory note issued by the U. S. Treasury, for a period of one to five years. (See: treasury bill, treasury bond)

See: check, instrument
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Given he was hampered and had to catch horses quickening ahead of him, Treasury Notes did well to make up the ground on the outside.
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That is perhaps not too surprising, though, as Treasury Notes proved his aptitude for this mile-and-a-quarter journey when he ticked along nicely for third place at Pontefract last October.
The chosen design, based on customer feedback, more precisely reflects exposure of 10-year US Treasury notes, the benchmark for US Treasury securities, and best serves the risk management needs of the marketplace.
The total amount issued in Treasury Note Series RIKB 08 0613 is therefore ISK5.
In principle, subtracting the real yield on TIPS from the nominal yield of Treasury notes of the same maturity should give policymakers and economists a market-based measure of expected inflation.
Treasury Notes not maturing within six months and one day that constitute investment capital pursuant to Article 9-A Regulations section 3-3.
That, in turn, has driven up the price of Treasury notes.
HUD rates closely mirror what's happening with 10-year Treasury notes, while conventional loan products are more attuned to the U.
For example, Davis points out that interest rates on 10-year Treasury notes dropped from 4.
According to Lay, two-year Treasury notes typically trade about 75 basis points, or .
After that, the bonds would earn 85 percent of the rate on five-year Treasury notes.

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