Non-Marketable Debt

Non-Marketable Debt

A right to repayment of some debt that the holder may not trade. Generally, non-marketable debt may be redeemed by the issuer, but this is often subject to some limitations. Low-risk instruments such as savings bonds are examples of non-marketable debt.
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Wright said the Treasury could remedy the disparity by either adding an additional buyback auction, remove non-marketable debt like Ginnie Maes, or embark on other programs like a Brady bond restructured deal for Brazil, any of those vehicles could also remove the remaining $3 billion.
The Yearbook provides detailed information on marketable and non-marketable debt instruments in African countries with a view to providing an analytical tool, primarily to government debt managers but also to financial analysts from commercial financial institutions, research institutions, central banks, international financial institutions, government agencies, etc.