Asked Nov 1, 2019

A trasury security in which periodoc coupon interest payments can be seperate from eachother ad from the orinciple payment is called a:


B. T-notes

C. T-Bonds

D. G. O. Bond

E. Revenue bond

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The Treasury STRIPS is known as Separate Trading of Registered Interest and Principal of Securities. STRIPS are zero-coupon bonds and d...

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