government bonds

  • 1government bonds — / gʌv(ə)nmənt bɒndz/ plural noun bonds or other securities issued by the government on a regular basis as a method of borrowing money for government expenditure …

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  • 2government bonds — certificate issued by a government promising to pay back with interest the money borrowed from the buyer of the certificate …

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  • 3government bonds — See bond …

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  • 4government bonds — See bond …

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  • 5List of government bonds — This is a list of categories of Government bonds around the world.=Main issuers==Country by country data=AsiaJPN (AA /A2)Issued By: Ministry of Finance (MoF) *Japanese Government Bonds (JGBs) **Revenue Bonds/Straight Bonds **Financing Bills… …

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  • 6government broker — ➔ broker1 * * * government broker UK US noun GOVERNMENT, STOCK MARKET ► in the UK, an official whose job is to sell government bonds: »The government broker s role, in normal times, was to raise new money for the Treasury …

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  • 7government budget — Forecast of governmental expenditures and revenues for the ensuing fiscal year. In modern industrial economies, the budget is the key instrument for the execution of government economic policies. Because government budgets may promote or retard… …

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  • 8Government debt — Public Finance A series on Government …

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  • 9Government bond — See: Government securities. The New York Times Financial Glossary * * * government bond government bond ➔ bond * * * government bond UK US noun [C] GOVERNMENT, FINANCE ► an amount of money borrowed by a government, or the official document re …

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  • 10government bond — See: government securities * * * government bond government bond ➔ bond * * * government bond UK US noun [C] GOVERNMENT, FINANCE ► an amount of money borrowed by a government, or the official document relating to this: »We invested the extra… …

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  • 11Government bond — A government bond is a bond issued by a national government denominated in the country s own currency. Bonds issued by national governments in foreign currencies are normally referred to as sovereign bonds. The first ever government bond was… …

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  • 12Government Bond — A debt security issued by a government to support government spending, most often issued in the country s domestic currency. Government debt is money owed by any level of government and is backed by the full faith of the government. Federal… …

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  • 13government securities — / gʌv(ə)nmənt sɪ kjυərɪtiz/ plural noun same as government bonds government sponsored / gʌv(ə)nmənt ˌspɒnsəd/ adjective encouraged by the government and backed by government money ● He is working in a government sponsored scheme to help small… …

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  • 14government stock — / gʌv(ə)nmənt stɒk/ noun same as government bonds …

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  • 15bonds — index bondage, constraint (imprisonment), durance, restriction, securities, servitude, ties Burton s Leg …

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  • 16government stock — noun Consols, savings bonds and other gilt edged securities • • • Main Entry: ↑govern …

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  • 17BONDS, STATE OF ISRAEL — State of Israel Bonds refers both to securities issued by the government of Israel and to the commonly used name of the company that is the exclusive underwriter for Israel bonds in the United States. The formal name of the company is the… …

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  • 18Government of Puerto Rico — respectively.Members are elected to both chambers in general elections held every four years, along with the elections for the Governor and the 78 municipal mayor ( Alcalde in Spanish) positions. Each member represents an electoral district, with …

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  • 19Government budget deficit — This article is about government budget deficits. For trade deficits, see Balance of trade. For balance of payments deficits, see Balance of payments. Part of a series on Government Public finance …

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  • 20Government of Free Vietnam — Provisional Government of Free Vietnam (GFVN; Vietnamese: Chính Phủ Lâm Thời Việt Nam Tự Do ) is a political organization headquartered in Garden Grove, California. On January 2, 2005, the Government of Free Vietnam s general assembly elected… …

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