Government obligations


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Government obligations

U.S. government-backed debt instruments, which are considered among the safest investments possible, including Treasury bonds, bills, and notes, and savings bonds.

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5) Underwriting and dealing in government obligations and money market instruments in which state member banks may underwrite and deal under 12 U.
government obligations are issued at a discount and redeemed at face value at maturity.
Any future substitute or reinvestment securities are also limited to government obligations.
It invests in corporate bonds, non-US government obligations, short-term investments, structured notes, cash and other assets.
A non-diversified, closed-end management investment company seeking high current income and capital appreciation, the company has investments in corporate bonds, non-US government obligations, short-term investments, structured notes, cash and other assets.
government obligations, corporate securities, and cash/cash equivalents.
19bn are expected to be used to repay indebtedness outstanding under Noble-Cayman's revolving credit facilities, for general corporate purposes, capital expenditure programme or may be invested in US government obligations, bank deposits or other secure, short-term investments.
The fund is a closed-end management investment company that invests primarily in Puerto Rican mortgage-backed securities and government obligations, U.
government obligations, and marketable equity securities, which would cover the series 2005B bonds 19x.
The fund is a closed-end management investment company that invest primarily in Puerto Rican mortgage-backed securities and government obligations, U.

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