Treasury bill or Treasury note (T-bill)

A treasury bill, or treasury note, is a short-term debt security that is issued and backed by the US government. Treasury bills are sold at a discount, so that the value of the bond increases as the maturity date approaches. Investors realize yield by purchasing the bond at a discount, and then selling it for a higher price at a later date.
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