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    Government Securities. What is the difference among T-Bonds, T-Notes, T-Bills and Municipal bonds? What is a yield curve?

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    T-Bonds: Mature in 20 years to 30 years and take the longest to mature. The yield on the T-Bond has been used as a proxy for the long-term interest rates.

    T-Notes: Mature in two to ten years. The notes collect interest over the years earning a percentage, and then when cashed in at ...

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    Solution outlines the difference between T-Bonds, T-Notes, T-Bills and Municipal bonds and defines the yield curve in words. 201 words.

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