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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)

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Through four daily and consecutive tenders, the MEF issued Treasury Notes in local currency, both in indexed units (UI) and in pension units (UP).
David Kotok, chairman and chief investment officer of Cumberland Advisors, said he's "had great results" owning bonds for capital appreciation in client portfolios for the past eight years, but with yields as low as they are now he says, "One has to be very careful about capital appreciation of bonds going forward." He prefers floating-rate Treasury notes that reset rates weekly.
Due to the US Treasury Department's suspension of 30-year bond issuance between 2001 and 2006, the gap in the exposures of the existing 10-Year US Treasury note and the US Treasury bond futures has expanded from approximately eight years to about 14 years, creating customer demand for a new product that establishes 10-year yield exposure.
10-year Treasury note is far higher than that of Germany's (at 0.66 percent) or Japan's (at 0.35 percent).
For example, suppose a company's shares are trading at $50 at the option grant date, the yield on the 10-year Treasury note is 4 percent, and the equity risk premium is estimated to be 5 percent.
A good benchmark for the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage is the 10-year Treasury note, because 30-year mortgages usually get paid off in 10 years.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-19 June 2006-New treasury notes issued in Iceland(C)1994-2006 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
The yield on the benchmark ten-year Treasury note fell below that of the two-year note yesterday for the first time since December 2000, in an inversion of the yield curve.
To understand their reasoning, consider a 10-year Treasury note with a nominal yield of 6 percent.
To this effect, daily price and yield information (Wall Street Journal) on the five-year conventional Treasury note (maturing July 2002) and the five-year TIIS (maturing July 2002) was gathered from July 1997 to December 2001.
In Southwest Texas Electric Cooperative, Inc., TC Memo 1994-363, an electric cooperative was subject to unrelated business income tax (UBIT) on interest earned on Treasury note investments.

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