"Russia's 3 -year Treasury bond is a bond issued by the Russian government. Its expiration date is three years after the issuance date. The issuance of the bond is mainly to raise funds to meet the government's financial needs for domestic infrastructure construction , Social welfare, healthcare and other public utilities.
The bond's ticket interest rate is fixed. Generally, it will be determined before the issuance, but it may also be adjusted according to changes in market interest rates. Russia's three -year Treasury interest rates are higher than bonds in other countries, which also reflects the high level of credit risk of the Russian government.
The bonds are well -linked and can be traded on the stock exchange. The holder can get the principal and interest return on the expiration date of the bond, or to sell it to the capital income or avoid losses before the expiration.
It should be noted that the market risk of Russia's three -year Treasury bonds is relatively large, and its price and yield are affected by various factors, such as market supply and demand relationship, macroeconomic environment, and policy changes. Investors need to make investment decisions after fully understanding market conditions, risks and their own investment needs. "