Treasury securities and Inflation (URGENT)

How does inflation figure in when it comes to treasury securities?

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asked by Karen
  1. I'm no economist but I think inflation has the same effect on Treasury securities that it has on anything else UNLESS you have TIPS. Here is a site that explains about TIPS.
    http://www.treasurydirect.gov/indiv/products/prod_tips_glance.htm

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