Australian Government Bond

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Australian Government Bond are defined as the Exchange-traded Treasury bonds issued by the Australian government and are traded on the ASX. It shares predictable cash flow paid on a periodic basis with the investors and has a specified maturity date. These are secured bonds with regular interest payments and easy to trade since they are traded on the exchange.

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