savings bond

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savings bond

n.
A nontransferable registered bond issued by the US government in denominations of $50 to $10,000.
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sav′ings bond`


n.
a U.S. government bond with principal amounts issued in denominations up to $10,000.
[1945–50]
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Noun1.savings bond - non-negotiable government bondsavings bond - non-negotiable government bond; cannot be bought and sold once the original purchase is made
government bond - a bond that is an IOU of the United States Treasury; considered the safest security in the investment world
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It's also big to meet state Treasurer Steven Grossman, chairman of the MSBA, and Jack McCarthy, executive director of the MSBA, who presented 12 regional winners, including Bryan and Mateo, with $100 U.S. Savings Bonds. The top prize, a $200 savings bond, went to Yeva Medvedeva of Gardner.
The top three winners in each age category will receive a total of $800 in U.S. Savings bonds. The contest celebrates America Saves Week, February 19 - 26, 2012, by having children use art to portray what saving money means to them.
National winners will receive U.S. savings bonds of between $10,000 and $30,000 and an all-expenses-paid trip to Washington, D.C.
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