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long bondnoun [C]

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a ​bond that will be ​paid back in more than 10 or 15 ​years: Yesterday's ​jump in ​prices still ​leavesyields on British ​longbonds up at 8 1/4%.
a ​bondsold by the US Treasury which will be ​paid back in 30 ​years: US longbondyields have ​climbed above 6.5%.
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