Treasury bonds, guaranteed by the U.S. Government, and are issued at a discount and pay no interest, but receive full face value if held until maturity. Treasury bonds have a scheduled maturity of more than 10 years.
Long-term security having a maturity of 10 years or longer issued in denominations of $1,000 or more. A 30-year bond is sometimes referred to as a long bond. Bonds pay interest semiannually, and the principal is payable at maturity.
This is a medium to long-term security issued by the Commonwealth that carries an annual rate of interest fixed over the life of the security, payable in six monthly instalments on the face, or par, value of the security. The bonds are repayable at face value on maturity.
A negotiable, coupon-bearing debt security with a maturity of more than seven years offered and backed by the full faith and credit of the U.S. Treasury. Treasury bonds pay a fixed rate of interest every six months.
Treasury fixed-principal bonds issued with a stated rate of interest to be applied to their par amount, having interest payable semiannually, and redeemed at their par amount at maturity. They typically have maturities of more than 10 years.
A long term debt obligation of the US government that has a maturity of more than 10 years. They are issued in $1,000 denominations and pay interest semiannually. Treasury bonds are commonly abbreviated as "T-bonds". See: Denomination; Long Term Debt; Maturity Date; Treasuries; U.S. Government Securities
A bond issued by the U.S. government. These are considered safe investments because they are backed by the taxing authority of the U.S. government. The interest on Treasury bonds is not subject to state income tax. Such a bond is usually held for seven or more years. reasury note: The only difference is that a Treasury note is issued for a shorter time (e.g., two to five years) than a Treasury bond (q.v.).
A federal registered obligation issued in denominations of $500 to $1 million with maturities ranging from five to thirty-five years, carrying a fixed interest rate and issued, quoted, and traded as a percentage of its face value.
T-Bond. A long term debt obligation of the US government that has a maturity of more than 10 years. They are issued in $1,000 denominations and pay interest semiannually. T-bonds are a common abbreviation for "Treasury bonds".
Long-term U.S. Treasury securities having maturities of more than 10 years and minimum denominations of $1,000. Interest is calculated on an actual/365 day-count basis and quoted as a percentage of par to the nearest 1/32.