SPOT RATE TREASURY CURVE
Spot rate treasury curve is the yield curve derived from Treasury spot rates that may be used to price bonds. Sometimes the spot rate treasury curve can be derived from on-the-run treasuries, sometimes off-the-run treasuries, and Treasury coupon strips. It can be also derived from the combination of both on-the-run and off-the-run treasuries.
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