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gilt

a female breeding pig that has not yet had a litter of piglets.

gilt anestrus
failure of gilts to show the first estrus at a sufficiently early age. Being confined and with no boar in the environment plus failure of the attendant to recognize estrus behavior are significant contributors to the total loss.
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Price momentum has also faded and is no longer an argument for favouring gilts.
So why have yields on gilts approached record lows?
One source told MNI that the likely size range for the forthcoming 2040 IL Gilt deal is stg3.
Ultimately, this means that in the long-term inflation will probably be back and the high level of gilt issuance to cover higher government debt will take its toll on prices.
When a debt investment is issued by the Government it is usually called a Gilt, and they have a role to play in most investors' portfolios.
They should also carefully consider how to apply gilt prices in calculating liabilities for cash contribution purposes, rather than blindly following past practice.
The Government's gilts are mainly bought by major institutional bodies such as insurance firms and pension funds, as well as overseas investors.
BO), India's second largest state-run lender, has decided to sell its stake in PNB Gilts Limited.
In terms of its relative valuation, the combination of rising property yields and falling 10-year gilt yields mean that property yields are now greater than those offered by gilts.
Additionally, since the UK has never agreed to join the currency union, Gilts are unlikely to be directly affected by conflicts over unification.
When inflation goes up so do the yields on gilts - Government bonds - and other fixed-interest investments.