Definitions for "Treasury bonds"
US Government debt security issued with a maturity of ten years or more (maximum 30 years to date). Treasury bonds are traditionally issued with a fixed coupon; although research is being carried out for the potential of inflation linked Treasuries.
Debenture bonds, either short- or long-term, which are issued by the German Government, by the Federal States and/or special Government funds. There are two types of Treasury bond interest-free Treasury bonds, where the remuneration is in the form of discounting fixed-interest Treasury bonds, which are simply medium-term bonds.
funds in the Social Security trust fund that are not used for paying current benefits and expenses are required by law to be invested in U.S. Treasury securities. These securities pay market-based interest to the trust funds.
Keywords:  notes, direct
Treasury direct Treasury notes