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Treasury securities -- interest-bearing debt obligations of the U. S. government that are issued by the Treasury as a means of borrowing money to meet government expenditures not covered by tax revenues. Marketable Treasury securities include bills, notes, and bonds . See Treasury bill, Treasury note, and Treasury bond.
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