Quarterly financing

Quarterly financing

February 15, May 15, August 15 and November 15, or next working day offerings of several "coupon" security issues. Quarterly issues currently consist of a 3-year note, a 10-year note, and a 30-year bond. The Treasury sometimes offers additional amounts of outstanding long-term notes or bonds, rather than selling new security issues. See: Reopening.

Quarterly Financing

A debt security in which portions of the same issue are offered four times per year, on the 15th of February, May, August, and November. That is, rather than making a new issue, an issuer may use quarterly financing instead; this usually saves on the expense of making a whole new issue. Examples of quarterly financing include three-year and 10-year notes, as well as 30-year bonds.
References in periodicals archive ?
Clients can now take advantage of these new technologies with no money down and by simply making monthly or quarterly financing payments.
It may be mentioned here that International Fund for Agriculture Deve-lopment (IFAD), a specialised agency of the United Nations, in its quarterly Financing Facility for Remittances newsletter has reported Pakistan as a top nation that has shown the highest growth in the world in remittances despite recent global financial crisis.
It may be mentioned here that International Fund for Agriculture Development (IFAD), a specialised agency of the United Nations, in its quarterly Financing Facility for Remittances newsletter has reported Pakistan as a top nation which has shown the highest growth in the world in remittances despite recent global financial crisis.
It may be mentioned here that International Fund for Agriculture Development (IFAD), a specialized agency of the United Nations, in its quarterly Financing Facility for Remittances newsletter has reported Pakistan as a top nation which has shown the highest growth in the world in remittances despite recent global financial crisis.
SCI") today announced the results of its quarterly financing activities for the third quarter ending September 30, 2000.
With regard to the Treasury's quarterly financings, the Manager had followed the practice over the past several years of exchanging the bulk of the maturing securities held in the System account into the shortest issue offered by the Treasury, while placing relatively small amounts in the longer-term Treasury offerings.
The largest deal of the quarter, this investment amounted to 23% of total quarterly financings.
Full browser ?