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  1. financial market
    banna státchiste Reference Cuntais Airgeadais 2013,' Oifig an tSoláthair, http://137.191.249.166/sites/default/files/Cuntais%20Airgeadias%202013.pdf [19.2.2018] ;Faomhadh an téarma seo mar chuid de Thionscadal Lex
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    Context 'De bhun na reachtaíochta lenar cuireadh an Chorparáid Éireannach um Réiteach Banc (“IBRC”) faoi leachtú speisialta an 7 Feabhra 2013, agus de bhun an chomhaontaithe idir Rialtas na hÉireann agus Banc Ceannais na hÉireann (“BCÉ”) maidir le Bannaí fadtéarmacha Rialtais a chur in ionad na nótaí gealltanais arna soláthar do IBRC a bhí faoi úinéireacht stáit, cuireadh na nótaí gealltanais ar ceal agus cuireadh ocht mBanna Státchiste ráta chomhlúthaigh ina n-ionad.' Reference 'Cuntais Airgeadais,' Oifig an tSoláthair, http://www.finance.gov.ie/sites/default/files/Cuntais%20Airgeadias%202013.pdf [31.5.2016]
    Schatzobligation
    de
    T-bond | treasury bond
    en
    Definition long-term (maturity over 10 years) fixed interest rate debt security issued by a national (federal) government backed by its 'full faith and credit' Reference "treasury bond (T-bond)", BusinessDictionary, http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition/treasury-bond-T-bond.html [18.8.2017]
    Comment Next to treasury bills (maturity less than one year), and treasury notes (maturity one to ten years) T-bonds are the safest form of marketable investment. They have an active secondary market, and usually pay semi-annual interest. Reference:"treasury bond (T-bond)", BusinessDictionary, http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition/treasury-bond-T-bond.html [18.8.2017]
    obligation du Trésor | obligation du Trésor à long terme
    fr
    Definition titre de créance négociable émis par l'État, comportant généralement une échéance supérieure à dix ans émise Reference COM-FR, d'après:1. Villeneuve, Dictionnaire technique de la bourse et des marchés financiers, 1997-1998, Soficom2. «Dictionnaire de la comptabilité et de la gestion financière», L. Ménard, 2004, Institut canadien des comptables agréés, ISBN: 1-55385-121-8
  2. free movement of capital
    bille státchiste Reference Rialachán (AE) Uimh. 549/2013 maidir leis an gcóras Eorpach cuntas náisiúnta agus réigiúnach san Aontas Eorpach, CELEX:32013R0549/GA ; Faomhadh an téarma seo mar chuid de Thionscadal Lex
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    Schatzwechsel
    de
    Definition kurzfristige Schuldverschreibung der Öffentlichen Hand mit einer Laufzeit bis zu sechs Monaten, bei der die Zinsen vorab vom Ausgabepreis abgezogen werden Reference Börsenlexikon > Schatzwechsel, http://www.boerse.de/boersenlexikon/Schatzwechsel (18.8.2017)
    short-term Treasury bond | T-bill | treasury bill | exchequer bill
    en
    Definition short-term (usually less than one year, typically three months) maturity promissory note issued by a national (federal) government as a primary instrument for regulating money supply and raising funds via open market operations Reference "treasury bill (T-bill)", BusinessDictionary, http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition/treasury-bill-T-bill.html [18.8.217]
    Comment Issued through the country's central bank, T-bills commonly pay no explicit interest but are sold at a discount, their yield being the difference between the purchase price and the par-value (also called redemption value). This yield is closely watched by financial markets and affects the yield on municipal and corporate bonds and bank interest rates. Although their yield is lower than on other securities with similar maturities, T-bills are very popular with institutional investors because, being backed by the government's full faith and credit, they come closest to a risk free investment. Issued first time in 1877 in the UK and in 1929 in the US. Reference:"treasury bill (T-bill)", BusinessDictionary, http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition/treasury-bill-T-bill.html [18.8.217]
    certificat de trésorerie | bon du Trésor
    fr
    Definition titre de créance à court terme négociable, émis par l'État à un prix inférieur à sa valeur nominale, l'écart tenant lieu d'intérêt Reference «Dictionnaire de la comptabilité et de la gestion financière», L. Ménard, 2004, Institut canadien des comptables agréés, ISBN: 1-55385-121-8
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