The History and Role of U.S. Government Securities and Bonds
An analysis of the history and importance of bonds issued by the US government, and how they effect the economy.
“Bond (finance), interest-bearing certificate are sold by corporations and governments to raise money for expansion or capital. An investor who purchases a bond is essentially loaning money to the bond’s issuer in return for interest. The investor can hold the bond and collect interest payments or sell the bond to a third party.”