|The entire issue is retired in one lump sum several years later.
This is the way US Treasury bonds are retired—the money is borrowed in 1980 and the entire issue remains outstanding until (i.e.) 2010 when it is bought back in one lump sum—usually with the proceeds of a new offering in 2010.
The issue is bought back in stages, usually an annual installment. This is the way municipal ...
A debt obligation issued by a government (i.e., Treasury bond) or corporation (i.e., corporate bond) that ...
U.S. Treasury bonds, also known as long bonds, are issued in 30-year terms.The T-bond is ...
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