treasury note


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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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By comparison, the existing 10-year US Treasury Note futures (6.
From January 1972 to April 2008 the median weekly spread is about 160 basis points between the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage and the 10-year Treasury note.
A new treasury notes category, RIKB 08 0613, was issued in Iceland on Monday (19 June).
For example, the difference between the return on a 10-year Treasury note purchased in the primary market ("on-the-run") and the return on a 15-year Treasury note with 10 years left purchased in the secondary market ("off-the-run") provides a measure of the liquidity risk associated with that instrument.
5 September 2014 -- Chicago-based CBOE Futures Exchange (NASDAQ: CBOE) said that it plans to launch futures trading on the CBOE/CBOT 10-year US Treasury Note Volatility Index (ticker symbol VXTYNSM) beginning on November 13 pending regulatory review.
Most notably, the yield on the 10-year Treasury note recently rose to 4.
That, in turn, has driven up the price of Treasury notes.
According to Lay, two-year Treasury notes typically trade about 75 basis points, or .
The asset was priced to the bank at 190 basis points over the interpolated 20-year treasury note.
For Series EE savings bonds held five years or more, the interest rate will vary based on the then-current yield on the five-year Treasury note.
Treasury Note due July 15, 2006 (minus accrued and unpaid interest from the last interest payment date to, but not including, the early settlement date, or final settlement date, in the event that Quebecor Media foregoes the early settlement date).
375 percent, or 35 basis points - or hundredths of a percentage point - more than a comparable 5-year Treasury note.

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