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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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(6) Underwriting and dealing in government obligations and money market instruments that state member banks may underwrite or deal in under 12 U.S.C.
FICO issued bonds not backed by full faith and credit, with interest and issuance costs borne through assessments against FSLIC-insured S&Ls and principal supported by FICO's purchases (from its capital) of zero-coupon government obligations. Bond proceeds were to be used to purchase FSLIC capital certificates and stock.
(PDIC) unit will advance payment for the unpaid portion of the properties which, according to sources, amount to 'over P60 million' in unpaid government obligations.
'The need to look inwards, make sacrifices and boost internally generated revenue with which to meet government obligations cannot be overemphasised.
Its portfolio includes corporate bonds, the US government obligations, commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS), asset-backed securities, short-term investments, collateralised mortgage obligations and foreign government obligations.
Merkel canceled several government obligations and a trip...
The review on the three regional banks and two financial institutions will center on the government's diminishing support capacity as well as the relative risk of the banks' credits vis-a-vis that of the Japanese government obligations, the agency said.
(5) Underwriting and dealing in government obligations and money market instruments in which state member banks may underwrite and deal under 12 U.S.C.
government obligations is not subject to the Wisconsin franchise tax.
"When you have a situation in which a faction is willing potentially to default on US government obligations, then we are in trouble." The British pound rose to $1.6223 from $1.6193, while the dollar fell to 0.9026 Swiss franc from 0.9054 franc.
government obligations. This trend continued even after mid-1994, it became clear that the outstanding stock of tesobonos was larger than Mexico's foreign exchange holdings.

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