Government securities or g-secs are tradable instruments provided by the central or state government in acknowledgement of its debt obligations. Such securities can either be treasury bills or government bonds/dated securities. While the treasury bills are short-term securities with maturity of less than one year, the government bonds mature at one year or more. The Central government issues both treasury bills and dated securities and the state government issues only dated securities.
Topics: Government Securities
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