The head of a treasury is typically known as a treasurer. This position may not necessarily have the final control over the actions of the treasury, particularly if they are not an elected representative.
The adjective for a treasury is normally "treasurial". The adjective "tresorial" can also be used, but this normally means pertaining to a treasurer.
As of the definition of a treasury from thêsaurus and in the context of the treasure obtained from war efforts the first recorded booty in history is a stele taken during 1160 BC.
The earliest found artefacts made of silver and gold are from Lake Varna in Bulgaria dated 4250–4000 BC, the earliest of copper are dated 9000–7000 BC.
The term treasury was first used in Classical times to describe the votive buildings erected to house gifts to the gods, such as the Siphnian Treasury in Delphi or many similar buildings erected in Olympia, Greece by competing city-states to impress others during the ancient Olympic Games. In Ancient Greece treasuries were almost always physically incorporated within religious buildings such as temples, thus making state funds sacrosanct and adding moral constraints to the penal ones to those who would have access to these funds.
Al Khazneh ("The Treasury"; Arabic:الخزنة) is one of the most elaborate temples in the ancient Arab Nabatean Kingdom city of Petra. As with most of the other buildings in this ancient town, including the Monastery (Arabic: Ad Deir), this structure was carved out of a sandstone rock face. It has classical Greek-influenced architecture, and is a popular tourist attraction.
Al Khazneh was originally built as a mausoleum and crypt at the beginning of the 1st Century AD during the reign of Aretas IV Philopatris. Its Arabic name Treasury derives from one legend that bandits or pirates hid their loot in a stone urn high on the second level. Significant damage from bullets can be seen on the urn. Local lore attributes this to Bedouins, who are said to have shot at the urn in hopes of breaking it open and spilling out the "treasure"—but the decorative urn is in fact solid sandstone. Another legend is that it functioned as a treasury of the EgyptianPharaoh at the time of Moses (Khaznet Far'oun).
The New Zealand Treasury (Māori: Kaitohutohu Kaupapa Rawa) is the central public service department of New Zealand charged with advising the government on economic and financial policy, assisting with improving the performance of New Zealand's economy, and managing financial resources.
Treasury has four main functions:
Provide advice to improve economic and fiscal conditions for high levels of economic growth and improved living standards.
Monitor and manage the financial affairs of the Crown.
Assess and test other Government agencies’ advice and proposals that have economic and financial implications.
Provide leadership, with other central agencies, to develop a high-performing State sector.
The Treasury is one of New Zealand’s oldest institutions, having been first established in 1840. Initially the Treasury consisted of just a few officials responsible for managing the Government’s day-to-day financial affairs. In the 1920s the department took on a supervisory role over other departments’ spending and oversight of government borrowing.
US Treasury 10yr yields soared 20bp on the day, with yields rising across the curve after a hawkish chorus of FED speak reminded investors that the Fed’s work is “nowhere near almost done.”Although the global benchmark S&P 500 was trying to hold on to the 4100 level, the ...
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The US dollar fell for the second consecutive week. The dollar index fell breaking below the crucial support level of 102.3 mentioned last week and has closed on a weak note ...DollarIndex ... Treasury yields ... The US Treasury yields continue to fall. The US 10Yr Treasury yield (2.74 per cent) fell breaking below the intermediate support at 2.8 per cent.
Japan's Nikkei advanced 1.0% ... On Friday, the yield on benchmark 10-year Treasury notes rose slightly to 2.7649% compared with its U.S. close of 2.758% on Thursday ... close of 2.488%. "The fall in U.S. Treasury yields in the meantime has correlated with falls in inflation expectations, which had been above 3% in the 10yr, and are now in the 2.6% area ... U.S ... .
By Stella Qiu and Kevin Buckland ...Japan’s Nikkei advanced 1.0% ... On Friday, the yield on benchmark 10-year Treasury notes rose slightly to 2.7649% compared with its U.S. close of 2.758% on Thursday ... Treasury yields in the meantime has correlated with falls in inflation expectations, which had been above 3% in the 10yr, and are now in the 2.6% area ... U.S.
2022 has been a rough year so far. Bonds and equities are falling in tandem, meaning a traditional 60/40 equity-bond portfolio is off to a bad start ...Inflation ... With the final 15%, I would allocate it across various duration bond ETFs, such as iShares TIPSETF, iShares TreasuryBond 7-10yr ETF, and iShares 20yr+ Treasury Bond ETF (5% in each) ... .
A sharp fall in the US Treasury yields dragged the greenback lower last week ...Dollar index ... Treasury yields ... The US 10Yr Treasury yield (2.8 per cent) remained below 3 per cent and has come down further last week in line with our expectation ... The chances of the 10Yr Treasury yield reversing higher again from around 2.6 per cent cannot be ruled out.
Treasury Yields ...The US Treasury yields have come down sharply last week. The US 10Yr (2.92 per cent) has declined sharply below 3 per cent.�Though it has bounced from above 2.8 per cent, the short-term view is negative for the yield ... As long as the US 10Yr yield remains below 3 per ...
It was a week of rate hikes in the global markets. The USFederal Reserve increased the rates by 50 basis points (bps) as was widely expected ... The US Dollar index fell sharply after the Fed meeting outcome and made a low of 102.35 ... Bullish ... Treasury yields ... The US 10Yr Treasury Yield (3.23 per cent) has surged breaking above the crucial 3 per cent mark.
In rates, treasuries advanced, outperforming bunds and rising with stock futures, although price action remains subdued ahead of 2pm ET Fed policy decision. Intermediate sectors lead the advance, with yields richer by ~2bp in 5- to 10-year sectors, before Treasury’s quarterly refunding announcement at 8.30am.
The US 10Yr Treasury yield (2.47 per cent) broke above the key level of 2.2 per cent and rose sharply by 32 basis points (bps) last week ... The US 10Yr Treasury yield (2.47 per cent) has risen sharply, breaking above the key 2.2-2.3 per cent resistance zone ... As such the 10Yr Treasury ...
Treasury yields. The US 10Yr Treasury yield (2.15 per cent) rose towards 2.2 per cent in line with our expectation last week ... The 10Yr will have to sustain ... In case the 10Yr Treasury yield breaks below 2.05 per cent a corrective fall to 1.9 per cent is possible in the near term.
It was a volatile week for the US dollar. The greenback began the week on a strong note as the US dollar index rose to a high of 99.42 on Monday ...Dollar. Bullish ... Euro. Mixed ... The USTreasury yields have risen sharply contrary to our expectation to see a fall. The US 10Yr Treasury yield (1.99 per cent) has risen back above the key level of 1.9 per cent.
Making sense of the reds and the greens. Standret It’s two weeks since the world woke up to the dreadful news of a Russian attack to Ukraine... So what has happened so far? ... The geopolitical risk index ... Brent crude = blue; wheat futures = cyan; palladium = indigo; gold = orange; bitcoin = yellow; US dollar (DXY) = purple; 10yr US Treasury bonds = green ... .
The USTreasury yields fell sharply last week on the back of the increasing risk aversion in the market. The US 10Yr Treasury yield (1.74 per cent) failed to sustain above the key support level of 1.9 per cent. The 10Yr yield fell sharply, breaking below this support ... The 10Yr Treasury yield has room to fall towards 1.6 per cent on the downside.