government security

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a security issued by United States government agencies or the Farm Credit System

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Its portfolio includes corporate bonds, the United States Government obligations, commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS), asset-backed securities, short-term investments, collateralized mortgage obligations and foreign government obligations.
He underlined the necessity to suppress any illicit deals, and the execution of all government obligations.
Unobligated allotment is the difference between the total budget and government obligations, COA explained.
This takes into account the direct government obligations of the Abu Dhabi, Dubai, and UAE governments.
When you have a situation in which a faction is willing potentially to default on US government obligations, then we are in trouble.
Summary: Moody's Investors Service placed on review for possible downgrade the bond fund ratings of the following three bond funds that maintain significant exposures to either Spanish or Italian government obligations.
The chiefs call for its effective and immediate implementation as it is consistent with government obligations set out in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and many federal, provincial and territorial child-focused statutes.
Merkel canceled several government obligations and a trip.
At the same time, it escapes all government obligations and controls on the plea that it is a private company," said Riaz.
Government: Total US federal government obligations for R&D rose 3.
Scholars of political science and religion ponder the potentials and pitfalls of the US government giving, and religious organizations taking, money to fulfill government obligations for social services.
It discusses and analyzes the securitization of state and local government obligations, interest on which is federally tax-exempt, using partnerships, custodial arrangements, and trusts and other structures that pass through to investors the interest income without changing its character for federal income tax purposes.
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