1st Feb 2010 by JonB
Short term bonds have a short time until maturity, typically called "bills". They can have maturity rates as close as a few days away, on up to a year. Some bonds can also mature in 2, 3 or 5 years which is a relatively short period compared to a 30 year bond.
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