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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This concern is reflected in the current Federal Reserve policy to limit aggregate system open market account holdings of each Treasury bond issue to no more than 70 percent of outstanding issuance.
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Kuwait's central bank has said that it would issue a one-year treasury bond worth KWD125m (USD429m) on Wednesday.
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PEKyN (CyHAN)- China's treasury bond futures closed mixed on Tuesday, with the contract for settlement in June 2015, down 0.
The Kuwait central bank's previous treasury bond issue was on January 28 and included KWD57m worth of treasury bonds, also carrying a coupon of 2.

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