Treasury bondsLong term securities with minimum denominations of $1,000 and maturities of ten years or more.
Treasury bondsDebt obligations of the US Treasury that have maturities of 10 years or more.
Treasury SharesTreasury Shares
Shares issued in the name of the Corporation. The shares are considered issued, but not outstanding.Usually refers to stock that was once traded in the market but has since been repurchased by the corporation. Treasury stock not considered when calculating dividends or earnings per share.
US Department of the Treasury, which issues all Treasury bonds, notes, and bills as well as overseeing agencies. Also, the department within a corporation that oversees its financial operations including the issuance of new shares.
Treasury BillTreasury Bill
A government security usually with a life of 3 months but also up to one year maturity. Such bills are issued by the government at a discount and redeemable at par with no interest payable. They provide a principle way of financing borrowing. Other methods of government borrowing include the issuing of gilt edged stocks (gilts) usually fixed interest, with a variety of redemption dates.
Treasury BillsTreasury Bills
Interest bearing U.S. Government obligations sold at a weekly sale. The change in interest rates paid on these obligations is frequently used as the Rate Index of Adjustable Mortgage Loans.
US Treasury bondUS Treasury bond
US government debt with a maturity of more than 10 years.
Further SuggestionsTreasury direct
Treasury securities (treasuries)
Certificate of Accrual on Treasury Securities (CATS)
US Treasury note
US Treasury securities