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Sale of the century

24 August 2010 By Martin Hutchinson

If a U.S. railroad can issue 100year bonds, why not the U.S. Treasury? Longer maturities than the current 30year maximum would reduce refinancing needs and appeal to institutions. But investors might well demand more return for the risks than Treasury would be willing to pay.

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