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Calculating the bond-equivalent yield for a Treasury bill (TBILLEQ)

Calculating the bond-equivalent yield for a Treasury bill (TBILLEQ): Excel 2013: Financial Functions in Depth
Calculating the bond-equivalent yield for a Treasury bill (TBILLEQ): Excel 2013: Financial Functions in Depth

Treasury bills are popular investments, as are bonds. If you want to compare a T-bill’s yield to a bond’s yield, you can do so using the TBILLEQ function. T-bills and bonds might seem like equivalent investments, but they’re not. You can compare those two types of investments by converting a T-bill yield to a bond yield using the TBILLEQ function.

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