Definition of Treasury Bond

Treasury bond is a long-term US Government Security that pays semi-annual interest and matures in 10 to 30 years.

Applying "Treasury Bond" to Securities Exams:

The US Government will sell a variety of debt instruments to manage it cash needs. A Treasury bond’s maturity is longer than a Treasury bill and Treasury note. As such the interest rate paid on the bonds will be the highest interest rate on Treasury securities.

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