Definition of 30-Year Treasury Bond

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What is a 30-Year Treasury Bond

A 30-year treasury bond is a long-term debt security that is issued by the United States government with a 30-year maturity from the point of issuance. A 30-year Treasury bond pays interest semi-annually until maturity, at which point the principal is paid in full.

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