Treasury notes or t-notes, Financial Management

Treasury Notes or T-notes are the securities issued with maturities of more than one year and but not more than 10 years. All these securities are coupon securities, i.e. they are issued at par, they carry a coupon rate based on which coupon payments are made at regular intervals. The securities mature at par value.               

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