Treasury bond
A fixed income debt instrument issued by the U.S. government which matures in over ten years. A Treasury bond makes semi-annual interest payments to holders, and they are initially distributed by an auction process to domestic investors, as well as to foreign investors that are willing to take the forex risk involved. also called a T-bond.
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