certificate of indebtedness


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certificate of indebtedness

A United States Treasury debt obligation with an original maturity of one year or less and a fixed coupon rate of interest. A certificate of indebtedness differs from a Treasury bill, which is sold at a discount from face value and has no coupon.
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Treasury into special 90 day certificate of indebtedness SLGs (90 day SLGs) maturing after May 22, 2013, and the Series 2011A bonds cannot be remarketed on May 22, 2013, the mandatory tender date will occur within 30 days of maturity of the 90 day SLGs, but not later than Aug.
Treasury into special 90 day certificate of indebtedness SLGs (90 day SLGs) maturing after May 22, 2013, and the Series 2010A-1 bonds cannot be remarketed on May 22, 2013, the mandatory tender date will occur within 30 days of maturity of the 90 day SLGs, but not later than Aug.
Treasury into special 90-day certificate of indebtedness SLGs (90-day SLGs) maturing after April 28, 2011, and the series 2009A-1 and 2009A-2 bonds cannot be remarketed on April 28, 2011, the mandatory tender date will occur within 30 days of maturity of the 90 day SLGs, but not later than Aug.

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