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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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Treasury Note futures and options contracts closely resemble those for the existing 10-Year U.
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.
Some analysts are predicting yield on the 10-year Treasury note is on a run that will lift it above 5 percent.
The 3-Year Treasury Note futures will be comparable to the existing CME Group Treasury futures with similar contract specifications.
When Treasury notes are redeemed, the government debt to the Social Security Trust Fund is decreased, not increased.
The bank is expecting the US government to bring back the Treasury notes in February as part of its need to fund an expected USD2tn budget gap and various bailout programmes.
Long-term rates for 10-year Treasury notes have remained flat, declining from 5.
HUD rates closely mirror what's happening with 10-year Treasury notes, while conventional loan products are more attuned to the U.
Should Asian bankers start dumping their dollar-denominated Treasury notes, it would "cause chaos in the U.
After that, the bonds would earn 85 percent of the rate on five-year Treasury notes.
Treasury notes attracted strong buying after Standard & Poor's cut its credit ratings on General Motors Corp.
The difference in yield between 10-year ``B''-rated bonds and comparable Treasury notes has narrowed nearly 1 percentage point over the last three months to 2.

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