Treasury Notes

Treasury notes are a means by which the U.S. government borrows money. The U.S. Treasury issues notes for redemption at a pre-specified maturity date, two to ten years after issuance, agreeing to pay a fixed rate of interest twice a year. Treasury notes are valued by investors around the world for their safety and liquidity.

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