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30-Year Treasury

30-Year Treasury Definition

Thirty-Year Treasury refers to a debt obligation issued by the US Treasury that is backed by the US government and has a maturity of 30 years. This bond generally pays higher interest rates than shorter-term Treasuries to compensate the greater risk associated with the longer maturity.


Additional meaning of 30-Year Treasury:

Like other US government securities, the 30-Year Treasury is considered a relatively safe investment compared to other bonds.





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