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    "India's 52-week national debt is a short-term public bond issued by the Indian government, also known as Treasury Bills (Treasury Bills). The national debt has a maturity of 52 weeks, that is, one year. The Indian government raises short-term funds by selling this national debt to the public, To meet their financial needs. This type of treasury bond usually has low risk and is therefore popular with many investors.

    India's 52-week government bonds are divided into three categories: 91 days, 182 days and 364 days. These bonds are issued at a discount, meaning that they are purchased at a discount to their face value and will be repaid in full at maturity. The bonds have a face value of 1,000 rupees (about 14 U.S. dollars), a minimum purchase amount of 1,000 rupees (about 0.01 U.S. dollars), and can be purchased at financial institutions such as banks, securities companies and the National Stock Exchange of India.

    The yield on India's 52-week government bonds is usually lower than other long-term government bonds because of its shorter maturity and lower risk. However, since the Indian government often issues treasury bonds to raise funds, there can be a larger supply in the market, causing the price of treasury bonds to fall and yields to rise. In addition, inflation and monetary policy may also affect the yield of the Treasury bond.

    Investors in India's 52-week national debt are mainly banks, insurance companies, fund companies and individual investors. This kind of national debt is very suitable for investors who need short-term investment or asset allocation, and it is also a choice for value-preserving investment. It is worth noting that the national debt cannot be traded in the secondary market, so investors must wait until the maturity date to recover the principal and interest. "

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