T-Bills and Government Bonds are domestic debt obligations available as TL or FX indexed government debt instruments, issued by the T.C. Treasury. While T-Bills have maturities of less than 1 year, government bonds have maturities of 1 year or more. If you hold these instruments until maturity, payment of the principal and interest is guaranteed. If you want to make medium and long-term investments and and obtain safe returns through your investments, you can invest in t-bills or government bonds. To carry out t-bill and government bond transactions, all you need is a Current Account.
You can perform your trading transactions through the Investment Transactions menu, Bills/Bonds step on Internet Banking.
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- They are medium and long-term domestic debt obligations issued by the government.
- They are guaranteed by the government.
- They generate constant returns and they are liquid.
- Trading hours are 0930-16:00.
- T-Bills are sold at a discount and their return is known in advance.
- Government bonds may have coupons or be sold at a discount. Those with coupons are issued with fixed or variable coupon interest rate.
- A secondary market exists for them.
- T-bills which are investment instruments that may be cashed in anytime can be sold on secondary markets before their maturity dates via Internet Banking, Alo Garanti and our branches.
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