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Sovereign names

Sovereign names refer to countries that issue government bonds. These bonds are usually considered to be of the highest credit quality since they are backed by the full faith and credit of the government that issues them. Examples of sovereign names include the United States Treasury, the Japanese Ministry of Finance, and the German Federal Ministry of Finance. Sovereign bonds are widely traded in financial markets and are an important benchmark for pricing other types of debt securities.

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