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T-Bill discount: Original post by C. Taylor of Demand Media U.S. Treasury bills, or T-bills, are short-term investments sold at auction from the U.S. government or secondary brokers. T-bills do not offer traditional interest rates. Instead they are typically purchased for less than face value. The difference between the face value, paid at maturity, and the purchase price is the investor's profit. To compare…

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