F209. Treasury Securities (Treasury Bonds, Bills, Notes)

Federal Reserve definition for F209 flow of funds table

U.S. Treasury securities are marketable and non-marketable securities issued by the Department of the Treasury.

The total for Treasury securities outstanding includes premium and is net of discount. About $8 billion of the total is non-interest-bearing debt, mostly matured securities that have not been presented for redemption.

The figure excludes amounts that are held by government agencies and trust funds (such as Federal Old Age and Survivors Insurance Trust Fund) and is thus about $1.7 trillion smaller than value published for the total public debt.

Marketable Treasury securities comprise

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