year bill

Year Bill

A U.S. Treasury security with a maturity of one year. The Treasury Department sets auctions for year bills each month.

year bill

A 12-month U.S. Treasury bill. Unlike 13- and 26-week Treasury bills, which are auctioned weekly, year bills are auctioned only once a month.
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The Virgin boss has donated pounds 1,000 to the Stourbridge group which has been reeling from a pounds 4,000 a year bill from Halfpenny Green Airport, near Stourbridge.
And last year Bill Cosby picked up a minority percentage of the New Jersey Nets.
CHILD-KILLER Ian Huntley has tried to kill himself again after his jail suicide watch was allegedly reduced to cut the taxpayers' pounds 500,000 a year bill.
But ministers warned of the pounds 240million a year bill if large numbers sign up to civil partnerships by 2050.
But last year bills soared by pounds 384, that's 42%.
I wanted you to know that on top of New Year bills, my mortgage and living expenses, I now have a large garage bill through no fault of my own so thank you.
Emily Wallace, defending, said from 1995 until May last year Bills was a young man with a prolific record of offending.
94bn) worth of one year bills in its open-market operation on Tuesday.
Mila Violaris, Hfs research manager, said: "At this time of year people often go through a bit of a low spell, feeling depressed now that the Christmas and New Year bills have started to arrive.
Last year bills in the various council areas went up by 7pc or more.