U.S. Treasury Bill
A debt instrument issued by the U.S. government which matures in under a year, and is typically issued for one month, three months or six months terms. A U.S. treasury bill might be purchased by an international investor who does not mind taking the forex risk arising from fluctuations in the value of the U.S. dollars that the asset is Denominated in relative to his Domestic Currency. also called a T-bill or Treasury Bill.
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