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Synonyms for T-bill

a short-term obligation that is not interest-bearing (it is purchased at a discount)

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The CBE started offering euro-denominated T-bills in euros on 28 August 2012, with the first yield granted by the Ministry of Finance on the bills at 3.25%.
Rate of the 182-day T-bills averaged at 3.471 percent from 3.677 percent in the previous auction.
de Leon said the auction committee was swamped with bids for the 91-, 182-, and 364-day T-bills. The Bureau of the Treasury (BTr) has awarded the full P15 billion on offer on Monday's T-bills auction.
However, it would be too early to say as to how much rate increase would be made and when, but T-bills' auction showed the trend, he added.
The sale of 182-day T-bills raised Sh1.19 billion against a target of Sh10 billion at an average rate of 7.958 per cent, compared to 8.006 per cent previously.
The three-month T-bills fetched an average rate of 5.614 percent, 0.
The P6 billion in 364-day T-bills, meanwhile, fetched 5.961 percent, below the 6.044 percent annual rate last week.
Salameh argued that the T-bills' previous rate had been below the existing market rates.
The central bank rejected all bids for the 6-month T-bills while no bids were received for the 12-month issue.
New Delhi [India], Apr 25 ( ANI ): National Stock Exchange of India (NSE) has announced the launch of its "e - Gsec" platform for facilitating the non-competitive bidding in Government of India Dated Securities (G-Sec) and Treasury Bills (T-Bills).
Nigerian banks are highly reliant on net interest income for profitability and T-bills proved to be an important source of profits in 2017.
Buffett is parking Berkshire cash in T-bills according to a WSJ report (subscription), instead of paying dividends due to the tax treatment.
OMODealers in the money market are expecting that the Open Market Operation (OMO) and Treasury Bills (T-bills) worth N70.6 billion and N147.5 billion which will be maturing this week, will have a moderating impact on liquidity.
Manama: With the listing of 11 issues, the market for trading in government treasury bills (T-Bills) at Bahrain Bourse (BHB) was launched yesterday by Central Bank of Bahrain (CBB) Governor Rasheed Al Maraj.
(1)of 2016 in respect of adopting theGuidelines on the Trading of Treasury Bills (T-Bills) at the Bourse.