Treasury bill

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A short-dated UK government security. Treasury bills bear no formal interest, but are promises to pay in 91 (occasionally 61) days' time, issued at a discount on their redemption price. They are regarded as a highly liquid financial asset by banks and other financial institutions.

Subjects: Economics.

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