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14195 via DO 0682014 issued in August last year, government securities were to be trade between various entities, regardless of their tax category or classification, in any BTraccredited government securities trading market.
Economic and Investment analyst, Kofi Arkaah, asked Bank of Ghana to introduce a law to cap investments by commercial banks in government securities.
Albeit the relaxation had only been given in the trading of government securities such as the TFCs, Bonds, PIBs, T-Bills, Sukuk etc.
Senator Mohammad Ishaq Dar appreciated the close cooperation between key financial regulatory institution of Pakistan which has enabled the rapid placement of necessary infrastructure for secondary market trading of government securities which include Treasury Bills (T-Bills), Pakistan Investment Bond (PIB) and Government of Pakistan Sukuk.
The rating, which reflects a very strong capacity to manage relative stability in returns and very low risk exposure, takes into account the fund's very strong credit quality and sound liquidity profile in view of its current portfolio mix of above 95% investments in short-term government securities, the agency said.
The direct link with Romania will, similarly, allow settlement of government securities via its National Bank.
Issuance calendar of government securities january-august 2009 (table)2.
government securities markets depend on one of two commercial banks to settle their trades and facilitate financing of their positions.
government securities with relatively high yields as it was difficult to expect high returns in Japan under its ultra-low interest rate policy.
Also, you can buy Treasury bills, notes and bonds through TreasuryDirect, a book-entry system operated by the Bureau of Public Debt, which enables investors to purchase government securities without a broker or other intermediary.
The Bureau of the Treasury (BTr) has again pushed back the start of the nonrestricted trading of government securities, this time moving the live date to Feb.

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