An income security backed by the full faith and credit of the United States Government. Treasury securities have essentially no credit risk, since the federal government has the power to print money. (Printing a lot of money to pay off Treasury bonds would of course be inflationary, bring on higher interest rates, and cut the value of all longer-term bonds, so let's hope it never comes to that.)
U.S. Department of the Treasury which issues all Treasury bonds, notes and bills as well as overseeing agencies. Also, the department within a corporation that oversees the financial operations including the issuance of new shares.
Used to describe sovereign government financial activities; also the finance department of a company.
A bond issued by Government. Bonds issued by the UK government are called gilt edged stock , commonly referred to as gilts.
British and American name for the government's economic and finance ministry.
the funds of a government or institution or individual
the government department responsible for collecting and managing and spending public revenues
the British cabinet minister responsible for economic strategy
the federal department that collects revenue and administers federal finances; the Treasury Department was created in 1789
Department responsible for all money market and currency operations.
Australian government department responsible for macro-economic management.
HM Treasury is the Government department that is responsible for financial matters.
the main financial department of late Anglo-Saxon and early Anglo-Norman government, located at Winchester.
The UK Government's finance department.
The government's finance department. They have a natty little website: http://www.hm-treasury.gov.uk/.
Negotiable debt obligations that include notes, bonds, and bills issued by the U.S. government at various schedules and maturities. Treasuries are backed by the "full faith and credit" of the U.S. government.
the center of financial operations in a company
The section of a bank or business involved in the financial management of the organisations liquidity through dealing and borrowing.
Arm of Government responsible for all financial decisions and regulation of the financial services sector.
The company treasury supplies the required liquid assets and capital. It invests surpluses of cash and cash equivalents, limits financial risks and optimises the costs and revenues of financial transactions.
The treasury unit operates at the financial markets and is responsible for the management of cash assets and investments in securities, for leasing arrangements and the refinancing of the Deutsche Telekom Group through a variety of financial arrangements, including, among others, bank loans and other credits, as well as the raising of credits in the capital markets, the handling of payments and clearing transactions, and money market and foreign exchange dealings.
Department of Treasury and Finance