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Government Paper

Any Debt security, such as a Treasury Bill or a Ginnie Mae, either guaranteed by the Issuer or backed by the U.S. government.

Related Terms: 10 Bill, Debt, ECU, Ginnie Mae, Guarantee, Issuer, SEC, Sue, Treasury Bill, Treasury
Other Related Pages: Category: Bonds Starting With: G
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