treasury bond


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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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The contracts are agreements to buy or sell treasury bonds at a predetermined price on a set date.
The yield on the 10-year US Treasury bond hit its highest level in four years last week, putting upward pressure on borrowing costs and shining a spotlight on the Federal Reserve's plans to hike interest rates.
While analysts have repeatedly pointed to the strong growth potential of treasury bond futures, China continues to lack a unified market for these instruments.
The Presidential Commission of Inquiry investigating into the Treasury bond issue was appointed by President Maithripala Sirisena on January 27, 2017.
We document the large-scale asset purchases of the pre-Fed era by collecting information about the amount outstanding and cash flow characteristics of each Treasury bond in existence between 1870 and 1913.
Treasury, similar in most respects to Treasury bonds except that the principal amount of a TIPS issue is inflation-indexed--that is, it is adjusted over time to reflect changes in the consumer price index.
For a short-term fund, which is less sensitive to changes in the interest rate environment but pays a lower yield, the iShares Barclay's 1-3 Year Treasury Bond Fund (SHY), appears to be a solid choice.
Treasury bond prices sparked buying among Tokyo market participants.
Just the same, the top-performing intermediate treasury bond fund posted a total return of 11.98% between Aug.
The Fed's more optimistic statements regarding inflation at the meeting have produced the opposite effect on the fixed rate 10-year Treasury bond however, helping it sink back down after spiking in March, and could help perpetuate, at least for the time being, peak real estate values associated with low financing costs.
Use of the 30-year Treasury bond (no longer issued), which had been used as the basis for calculations for many years, proved to be a problem when long-term rates plunged in recent years.
During February the yield on the benchmark thirty-year Treasury bond rose nearly 50 basis points.

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