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treasury bill

n. a promissory note issued in multiples of $10,000 by the U. S. Treasury with a maturity date of not more than one year. (See: treasury bond, treasury note)

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148% for the period from 27/02/2018 to 5/03/2018, while the discount rate on the Treasury Bills Discounting Facility with CBO is 2.
The suspects are jointly alleged to have made other Treasury Bills valued at Sh286 million purporting they were valid issued by CBK.
27 trillion worth of treasury bills in five auctions in the first quarter of 2018, according to the Central Bank of Nigeria's Treasury Bills Issuance Calendar obtained by Nigerian Tribune.
Treasury Bills are short-term, highly secured financial instruments issued by the central bank of Oman on behalf of the government.
Meanwhile, the yield on treasury bills for 91 days declined to 20.
We should have in mind that every auction first implies indebtedness, and afterwards the country pays the debt to the banks based on the issued registered treasury bills from the previous period explains Nenovski.
According to the announcement, the treasury bills were priced to yield 2 percent, marginally lower than a 2.
The State Bank of Vietnam (SBV), Vietnam's central bank, has bought back VND12tn (USD633m) of treasury bills from domestic banks via open market operations, Dow Jones has reported, citing a central bank official.
In spite of the continued criticisms from experts and businessmen that the National Bank is thus extracting money from banks, nothing has yet come out of the suggestions for restricting the amount kept in the form of treasury bills.
Separately, the Federal Reserve said that the average yield for one-year Treasury bills, a benchmark for adjustable rate mortgages, rose to 5.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-29 July 2004-Danish central bank sells treasury bills for DKK12.
On several occasions during the past 10 years, however, the yield curve inverted at the short end, and three-month Treasury bills actually yielded more than the two-year note for brief periods in 1990, 1995, 1996 and 1998.