Murmurs from US policy leaders are growing louder about the possibility of issuing a 100-year Treasury bond to take advantage of low interest rates and to extend the maturity dates of US debt. The 30-year bond currently occupies the furthest end of the yield curve, but the addition of a century note could provide financial flexibility for current and future administrations. Investment expert Amar Reganti analyzes a 100-year bond from the perspective of both the issuer and the investor. Though it never offers investment advice, getAbstract recommends this detailed analysis to finance professionals and investors interested in the nuances of a century-long debt and investment instrument.
In this summary, you will learn
- Why government and corporate entities might issue a 100-year bond,
- What issuers and investors look for in these instruments, and
- How the United States might benefit from a 100-year Treasury bond.
About the Author
Amar Reganti is a member of the asset allocation team at GMO, an investment firm.
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