"The 20-year government bond issued by the Indonesian government is a longer-term bond in the Indonesian government bond market with a maturity of 20 years. The bond is mainly used to raise the long-term funding needs of the Indonesian government. The interest rate of the bond is generally higher than that of the 10-year bond National debt is higher, but it also comes with higher risks.
The yield of 20-year treasury bonds is relatively high because of its long term and relatively high risk. However, due to its long term, its liquidity is relatively poor and it takes a long time to be paid at maturity. The yield on the 20-year Treasury bond is usually based on the interest rate situation in the market, so investors need to understand the current market conditions in order to make better investment decisions.
Investors can buy 20-year treasury bonds through banks or securities companies, or through some online trading platforms. The minimum investment to buy government bonds is usually 1 million rupiah (about $70), and they have a fixed interest rate, meaning investors can get a certain return when they mature.
Since the Indonesian government has a certain credit rating, the government bonds issued by it are also considered to be a relatively safe investment option. However, investors need to carefully consider their own risk tolerance and investment strategy in order to make informed investment decisions. The Indonesian government bond market may be affected by external factors, such as political instability, international financial market turmoil, etc. Therefore, investors need to carefully evaluate their risk tolerance and investment strategy. "