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"With the average maturity of deposits (less than one month) being much shorter than that of government paper (just over one year for Treasury bills (T-bills) and around six years for Eurobonds as of August 2007), the banking system - and therefore the country - is exposed to a very significant rollover risk," the report said.
tighter monetary policy would be narrowing a wide gap between the central bank's key discount rate and yields on government paper. The gap has stayed over 3.6 percentage points most of the year.
The government papers shows that Fauzia Saeed has been directed to her position about her conduct in the board meeting presided over by minister concerned where he transgressed all limits and unethical tactics applies for personal gains.
The team will work to develop Middlesbrough's Children's Service as well as reporting back to council leaders in February, 2004, about the impact of the government paper - which includes examining key areas including supporting parents and carers and workforce reform.
Most corporate issues carry an A or better rating and usually have spreads of at least 25 to 40 basis points above government paper. Government agency floaters with a 90-day reset are generally priced at the three-month Treasury bill rate plus 30 basis points, or at three-month LIBOR plus 15 basis points.
A Government paper says the European Com- mission will have the sole power to decide if UK law is strong enough for the flow of data to continue.
Government paper on global food security and nutrition and discuss the continued need for strong country leadership and more catalytic development assistance to strengthen global food security and nutrition.
The Prime Minister, right, appeared pitch-side at the Millennium Stadium to announce what he called "one of the biggest transfers of power in the history of Welsh devolution" with a Government paper pledging new powers on areas such as frack-king, Assembly elections and speed limits.
During FY14, average month-end allocation to government paper was recorded at over 60 percent though end of June 2014 level was much lower at 22 percent.
UK Energy Secretary Ed Davey set out his view at a conference in Edinburgh timed to coincide with the publication of a Westminster Government paper on the industry after independence.
The FSR, however, remains constrained by sovereign risk factors as is the case with its peers, in particular the unfavourable operating environment and asset concentrations stemming from investment in Lebanese government paper and central bank CDs.
The Bank of Greece said the fall was sharper year-on-year as 20.2 billion euros of government paper had changed hands in May 2009.

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