Definition of Treasury obligations
1. Noun. Negotiable debt obligations of the United States government which guarantees that interest and principal payments will be paid on time.
Generic synonyms: Government Bond
Specialized synonyms: T-bill, Treasury Bill, Treasury Bond, Treasury Note
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Literary usage of Treasury obligations
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Compendium of Finance: Containing an Account of the Origin, Progress, and by Bernard Cohen (1822)
"... it may be speedy and bring the value of the treasury obligations above par. Bnt they should not be suffered to exceed it, since when the effects given ..."
2. Internal War Loans of Belligerent Countries: Also Consolidation Loan of by National City Company (1918)
"The following were accepted at 100 in payment of subscriptions: (1) 4% Treasury obligations maturing April 1, 1917; (2) 4^2% treasury obligations issued ..."
3. The Map of Europe by Treaty: Showing the Various Political and Territorial by Sir Edward Hertslet (1875)
"13453 0 Of treasury obligations for injuries done to private property 2693 18 7 Administration of Santa Maura Salines .. .. .. 642 10 3'7 Duo to the Ionian ..."
4. Financial Audit: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporations 1996 and 1995 by Steven J. Sebastian (1997)
"The BIF is primarily funded from the following sources: 1) interest earned on investments in US treasury obligations; 2) BIF assessment premiums; ..."
5. Attack Submarines: Alternatives for a More Affordable SSN Force Structure by DIANE Publishing Company (1994)
"Accordingly, for our analysis, we used the average yield on outstanding marketable treasury obligations that had remaining maturities similar to the time ..."