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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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These aren't exciting or widely advertised, but they are guaranteed to double your money in 20 years--four years earlier than with a 30-year U.
Second, the German government agreed to buy a large tranche of U.
Traders also were on the selling side in response to higher Tokyo stocks and rising U.
5 percent of GDP, and the budget deficit is also out of control, but the only reason these twin deficits have not yet produced problems such as a dollar crisis and dramatic, abrupt rate hikes from the Fed is that the Chinese and the Japanese have been heavily buying U.
The rest of the cash infusion would be kept, as Social Security's reserves have been in the past, in safer, but historically lower-yielding, U.
The yield rose in early morning trading in response to an overnight fall in U.
In addition to taking the charge, BankAmerica said it would reduce its risk from the fund by purchasing Shaw's entire fixed-income portfolio, which contains about $20 billion of securities - primarily U.
The increasing number of financial institutions, many chasing the same deals, have led lenders to seek new lending opportunities and to reduce the margin, or spread, which is added to the yield on U.
5% of outstanding school debt issued prior to July 2003 and 1% of outstanding school debt issued after July, 2003, is currently invested in U.
The yield on the benchmark 10-year Japanese government bond remained unchanged Thursday from the previous trading day as buying spurred by the overnight trend of purchasing U.

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