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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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As for the outstanding T-bonds, three-year IOUs have a face amount of P114.9 billion; five-year debt paper, P261.5 billion; seven-year Treasury bonds, P608.9 billion; and 10-year T-bonds, P467.3 billion.
ISLAMABAD -- China's two-year treasury bond futures closed mixed on Wednesday, with the contract for September 2019 closing 0.01 percent lower at 100.07 yuan (about 14.53 U.S.
Demand for these Treasury Bonds amounted to EUR 1 380 million, 1.6 times the amount placed.
" READ:Gov't to sell P30-billion Retail Treasury bonds February 26 to March 8 RTBs target small investors as they are generally considered low-risk, thereby allowing investors to earn a fixed interest based on prevailing market rates and are paid quarterly during the term of the bond.
In a notice posted on its website, the bureau said that the government will initially sell P30 billion of five-year fixed rate retail treasury bond at a price setting auction on February 26, 2019, which is also the start of its offer period that will end on March 8, 2019.
Biggest gainers from maturity of the long-term debt facilities will be commercial banks which account for 52 per cent of the outstanding stock of Treasury bonds followed by pension funds (including the National Social Security Fund) at 33.2 per cent.
Banks operating in the Egyptian market are considered the biggest investors in treasury bonds and bills, which the government issues on a regular basis to cover the state's budget deficit.
Treasury bonds were considered premium collateral, which required a smaller haircut (13) than other securities.
Treasury bonds, which are usually considered to be one of the safest assets one can hold, have also been experiencing headwinds.
Treasury bonds do not pay interest, rather they sell at less than their face value and pay in full on their maturity date.
This is the ninth time that the central bank has borrowed money from the public, through Treasury bonds, on behalf of government.
In a public offering that ended Tuesday, the government offered five and 10-year retail treasury bonds at face value at a coupon of six percent and 7.375 percent respectively.

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