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30 Year Treasury

Related to U.S. Treasury debt obligation that has a maturity of 30 years. Treasury securities are government bonds issued by the United States Department of the Treasury through the Bureau of the Public Debt. They are the debt financing instruments of the U.S. Federal government, and are often referred to simply as Treasuries.

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The U.S. Federal government stopped issuing the 30-year Treasury bonds (often called long-bonds) on October 31, 2001. However, due to demand from pension funds and large, long-term institutional investors, along with a need to diversify the Treasury's liabilities, the 30-year Treasury bond was re-introduced in February 2006.

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