Gilts

Gilts, or Gilt-Edged Securities, are loans issued on behalf of the government to fund its spending. These loans are then traded in the market.
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gilts

Also known as Gilt-Edged Securities - market term for UK Government Securities. Gilts offer investors fixed annual interest and the certainty of repayment. Gilts cannot be cashed before their maturity date but are readily traded on the stock market. Gilts are dealt in nominal value form and prices are quoted in pounds per 100 nominal. Gilt prices go up and down....
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Gilts

British and Irish government securities.
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Gilts

Fixed rate bonds issued and guaranteed by the UK Government.
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Gilts

Bonds issued by the UK Government. Also known as gilt edged securities. Along with bonds can be referred to as fixed interest securities.
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Gilts

British government bonds. A very wide range of gilts are in issue at any given time....more on Gilts
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Gilts

Treasury stock and other loan stock issued by the Government. These stocks are known as Giltedged securities (Gilts) because the Government guarantees the repayment of your capital. Interest will be paid to you, normally at a rate fixed when the gilts were issued. Some gilts are index linked. The interest on these, and the amount of the loan, incre...
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gilts

Treasury stock and other loan stock issued by the Government. These stocks are known as Gilt-edged securities (Gilts) because the Government guarantees the repayment of your capital. Interest will be paid to you, normally at a rate fixed when the gilts were issued. Some gilts are index linked. The interest on these, and the amount of the loan, incr...
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Gilts

British and Irish government securities. Blue Chip.
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Gilts

bonds issued specifically by the British Government. A conventional gilt will pay a fixed cash payment every 6 months until maturity, at which point a final payment is made and the return of the initial investment.
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Gilts

British and Irish government securities. Blue Chip.
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