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Constant maturity treasuries

• Abbreviated CMT. Are securities tied to an index which represents what the rate of interest would be for a constant maturity treasury issue such as 3, 6, or 12 months. Other time periods can be specified. These type of securities and indices are frequently used for adjustable rate securities.

 
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