Treasury Bond

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Treasury Bond

Treasury bonds, as a generic term, are long-dated government bonds. In the case of US Treasury Bonds, these are 20 and 30-year bonds paying a fixed rate of interest paid semi-annually. The prices/yields of Treasury bonds are set at auctions. As of November 2021, there were USD3.433 trillion in US T-Bonds outstanding.

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