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 U.S. Government And Federal Agency Obligations   Unemployment Rate     
 U.S. Government Securities   Unilateral Administrative Order     
 U.S. Government Sponsored Enterprise Obligations    Unit Labor Costs     
 Umbrella Coverage   United States Public Company Accounting Oversight Board     
 Unassigned Surplus   Unpaid Claims and Claims Adjustment Expenses     
 Unconfirmed complete remission CRu   Upstream      
 Underlying   Urology     
 Undeveloped reserves   US GAAP     
 Undistributed profits   USB Universal Serial Bus      
 Unearned Premium   Utility Coal     
                 
                   
 
 
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U.S. Government Securities

Financial Term

are issued or guaranteed by the U.S. government, its agencies and instrumentalities. Some U.S. government securities are issued or unconditionally guaranteed by the U.S. Treasury. They are of the highest possible credit quality. While these securities are subject to variations in market value due to fluctuations in interest rates, they will be paid in full if held to maturity. Other U.S. government securities are neither direct obligations of, nor guaranteed by, the U.S. Treasury.

However, they involve federal sponsorship in one way or another. For example, some are backed by specific types of collateral; some are supported by the issuer's right to borrow from the Treasury; some are supported by the discretionary authority of the Treasury to purchase certain obligations of the issuer; and others are supported only by the credit of the issuing government agency or instrumentality.

   
     

U.S. Government Securities

Financial Term

are issued or guaranteed by the U.S. government, its agencies and instrumentalities. Some U.S. government securities are issued or unconditionally guaranteed by the U.S. Treasury. They are of the highest possible credit quality. While these securities are subject to variations in market value due to fluctuations in interest rates, they will be paid in full if held to maturity. Other U.S. government securities are neither direct obligations of, nor guaranteed by, the U.S. Treasury.

However, they involve federal sponsorship in one way or another. For example, some are backed by specific types of collateral; some are supported by the issuer's right to borrow from the Treasury; some are supported by the discretionary authority of the Treasury to purchase certain obligations of the issuer; and others are supported only by the credit of the issuing government agency or instrumentality.

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