treasury note


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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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By comparison, the existing 10-year US Treasury Note futures (6.
From January 1972 to April 2008 the median weekly spread is about 160 basis points between the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage and the 10-year Treasury note.
A new treasury notes category, RIKB 08 0613, was issued in Iceland on Monday (19 June).
For example, the difference between the return on a 10-year Treasury note purchased in the primary market ("on-the-run") and the return on a 15-year Treasury note with 10 years left purchased in the secondary market ("off-the-run") provides a measure of the liquidity risk associated with that instrument.
5 September 2014 -- Chicago-based CBOE Futures Exchange (NASDAQ: CBOE) said that it plans to launch futures trading on the CBOE/CBOT 10-year US Treasury Note Volatility Index (ticker symbol VXTYNSM) beginning on November 13 pending regulatory review.
Most notably, the yield on the 10-year Treasury note recently rose to 4.
That, in turn, has driven up the price of Treasury notes.
According to Lay, two-year Treasury notes typically trade about 75 basis points, or .
The asset was priced to the bank at 190 basis points over the interpolated 20-year treasury note.
For Series EE savings bonds held five years or more, the interest rate will vary based on the then-current yield on the five-year Treasury note.
375 percent, or 35 basis points - or hundredths of a percentage point - more than a comparable 5-year Treasury note.

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