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Treasury Direct

System operated through Federal Reserve Banks in which retail investors can Buy Treasuries without paying a fee to a broker/dealer.

Related Terms: 8 Buy, Broker, Dealer, Deal, Fed, Federal Reserve Bank, Retail investor, Treasuries
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