"Japan's 1-month government bond is a short-term national bond issued by the Japanese government, also known as "Ministry of Finance Bills". It is a form of Japanese government raising funds from the public in order to raise funds. Bonds. These government bonds have a maturity of one month and are usually sold at a face value of 1 million yen.
Because of its short duration, 1-month Treasury bills are relatively low-risk and offer relatively low yields. Such treasury bonds are usually used for short-term financial management, such as corporate liquidity management or personal short-term savings.
In Japan, 1-month government bonds are one of the very popular investment vehicles because of their high liquidity and low risk. Also, due to the Japanese government's relatively high credit rating, its bonds are also considered a relatively safe investment.
One-month government bonds can be purchased through the Japanese government bond online trading system or financial institutions such as banks. When purchasing one-month treasury bonds, investors can choose to receive the principal and interest on the maturity date, or choose to roll over the principal to the next treasury bond. In addition, investors can also buy and sell in the secondary market, and transfer or purchase according to market demand.
In short, Japan's 1-month government bond is a short-term, low-risk government bond that is widely used in short-term fund management and savings, and is also an important investment tool in the Japanese bond market. "