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A bond is a loan made by an investor to an issuer. In turn, the issuer promises to pay the investor a specified rate of interest (the coupon) usually every six months and repay the principal (or face value) of the bond at a future maturity date. The major issuers of bonds are governments and corporations.
Treasury bills or T-Bills are short-term debt instruments issued by federal and provincial governments. Fully backed by the applicable government issuer, a high level of security makes T-Bills a popular investment for individual, institutional and corporate investors.
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