Government Bond
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Government Bond is a debt security issued by a government to support federal government spending, most often issued from the country’s domestic currency. Government debt is bad debts by any level of government and is particularly backed by the full faith in the government. Federal government bonds in the united states include: the savings bond, Treasury bond, Treasury inflation protected stock options. Before investing in federal government bonds, investors need to assess several risks for this country such as: nation risk, political risk, inflation risk, and interest rate risk.

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