A savings bond is a retail government bond designed to provide funds for the issuer while also providing a relatively safe investment for the purchaser to save money. The earliest savings bonds were the war bond programs of World War II. Examples of savings bonds include:
- Canada Savings Bond
- Japanese Government Bonds for Retail Investors
- United States Savings Bonds
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