The 30-year bond, the longest maturity bond issued by the U.S. Treasury, the...
Slang for a 30-year Treasury bond.
TA bond that doesn't mature for at least 10 years.
A bond maturing in more than 10 yrs. See also Bond.
The term used to describe the most recent 30-year bond issue. Once the Treasury sells a new 30-year bond issue, that issue remains the long bond until the Treasury sells a subsequent issue.
Another name for the US 30 year bond. Click here for more information on spread betting bonds
A bond with a maturity of 10 years or more. This term most often refers to the 30-year U.S. Treasury bond.
A gilt or other bond with a term of 15 years or more before it can be redeemed .
A debt instrument with a redemption date of typically greater than 15 years hence.
The U.S. government currently issues new Treasury notes and bonds with maturities in 2, 3, 5, 10, and 30 years. The 30 year bond is called the long bond, and it is considered one of the benchmark indicators of interest rates.
A bond that matures in more than 10 years.
A bond with a long current maturity. A slang expression for 30-year U.S. Treasuries.
A bond maturing in 10 or more years. Because an investor's money is tied up for a long time, the bonds are riskier than shorter term bonds of the same quality. Thus, they usually pay a higher yield. See: Bond; Long Term Debt; Maturity Date; Risk/Reward Ratio; Short Term Debt; Yield
The most recently issued 30-year Treasury bond. Because the yield on the long bond will fluctuate in reaction to economic information, it is used as a benchmark in monitoring long-term interest rates.