Treasury Bonds (or T-Bonds)

Definition of "Treasury Bonds (or T-Bonds)"
  1. Long-term financial commitments issued by the US government, which pay interest twice a year until they reach their due date, when the initial investment and final interest are returned to the investor
How to use "Treasury Bonds (or T-Bonds)" in a sentence
  1. Sam purchased several Treasury Bonds as a secure long-term investment.
  2. The payout from the matured Treasury Bonds constituted a significant part of his retirement fund.
  3. The government issued T-Bonds as part of its efforts to raise public funds.

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