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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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Therefore, the OID on Treasury bills of 183 days or less is not portfolio interest.
Furthermore, Treasury Bills promote the local money market by creating a benchmark yield curve for short-term interest rates.
According to the plan, different bid forms are to be launched for 91-day treasury bills worth EGP 37bn, 182-day treasury bills worth EGP 45.
The 6-month T-Bill is set to mature on 3 March 2015 while the 9-month treasury bills have a maturity date of 2 June 2015.
According to the announcement, the treasury bills were priced to yield 2 percent, marginally lower than a 2.
Previous week, in treasury bills, as per data issued by the ministry, the Cabinet borrowed LE5 billion.
1bn from circulation through the sale of treasury bills.
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.
With this, the total outstanding value of Government Treasury Bills is BD 90 million.
WASHINGTON -- Interest rates on short-term Treasury bills rose in Monday's auction, with three-month bills rising to the highest level in six years.
In a previous article about Treasury bonds (see "A Treasury Bond by Any Other Name," Moneywise, December 1999), we incorrectly stated the minimum denomination for Treasury bills, also called T-bills.
5 Kyodo The yield on Japanese treasury bills fell into a negative yield for the first time on record Thursday, reflecting Japanese banks' falling creditworthiness.