Government securities

Government securities,

Definition of Government securities:

  1. Bonds, notes, and other debt instruments sold by a government to finance its borrowings. These are generally long-term securities with the highest market ratings.

  2. Bonds or other promissory certificates issued by the government.

How to use Government securities in a sentence?

  1. However, Poland and Hungary did manage to meet their budget financing requirements by issuing government securities.
  2. Government securities are terrible performers when compared to more lucrative investments, like those offered by peer to peer lending websites.
  3. You can sometimes get a good rate on some government securities that will make them a very good long term investment.
  4. The government would actually sell their own government securities and it made me and my friend wonder what exactly that all meant.

Meaning of Government securities & Government securities Definition