Treasury bills, Financial Management

T-Bills are issued to enable the government to tide over short-term liquidity requirements with maturities varying from a fortnight to a year. These instruments are issued at a discount to the face value. Being issued by the government they are considered to be risk-free. Due to this, they are highly marketable. Investors in T-Bills generally include banks and other institutional investors. 

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