- Treasury 4-Week Bills Go At 1.800% High Yield. Siegel, Gary E. // Bond Buyer;3/12/2008, Vol. 363 Issue 32834, p2
The article reports that the U.S. Treasury Department auctioned $31 billion of four-week bills at a 1.800% high yield, a price of 99.860000. The coupon equivalent was 1.828% while the bid-to-cover ratio was 2.55. Tenders at the high rate were given 50.93%. The median yield was 1.710% and low...
- Treasury 4-Weeks Go at 1.050% High. Newman, Emily // Bond Buyer;6/23/2004, Vol. 348 Issue 31911, p2
Reports on the auction of four-week bills by the U.S. Department of the Treasury.
- Weekly T-Bill Auction To Raise $5B New Cash. Siegel, Gary E. // Bond Buyer;11/2/2007, Vol. 362 Issue 32747, p39
The article reports that the U.S. Treasury Department will raise $4.997 billion of new cash at its weekly auction of 91-day and 182-day discount bills. The move will be made by selling $38 billion to refund $33.003 billion of maturing securities. The bonds to be sold are $20 billion of 91s and...
- Treasury 4-Weeks To Raise $7B New Cash. Newman, Emily // Bond Buyer;7/13/2004, Vol. 349 Issue 31924, p2
Reports on the planned sale of a multibillion-dollar four-week discount bills by the U.S. Treasury Department on July 2004.
- Treasury 2-Years Go At 4.327% Yield. Floyd, Daniel F. // Bond Buyer;05/31/2001, Vol. 336 Issue 31150, p2
Reports on the United States Treasury Department's issuance of two-year notes with a 4.25 percent coupon at a 4.327 percent yield.
- Treasury 2-Year's Go at 6.204% Yield. Ferris, Craig T. // Bond Buyer;08/24/2000, Vol. 333 Issue 30961, p2
Provides information pertaining to the two-year notes issued by the United States Treasury.
- Treasury Sells Last Of One-Year Bills. Floyd, Daniel F. // Bond Buyer;02/28/2001, Vol. 335 Issue 31086, p2
Reports that the high bid for the United States Department of the Treasury's one-year bills dropped to 4.240%.
- Treasury auction to pay down $2.82B. // Bond Buyer;03/26/99, Vol. 327 Issue 30607, p2
Reports that the US Treasury Department will pay down $2.829 billion at its weekly auction of 91-day, 182-day, and 52-week discount bills by selling $24 billion to replace $26.829 billion in maturing securities. Breakdown of the auction; Maturing bills held by Federal Reserve Banks; Auction of...
- 1-YEAR T-BILLS AXED. Collins, Brian // National Mortgage News;02/05/2001, Vol. 25 Issue 19, p5
Announces that the United States Treasury Department will stop issuing 52-week Treasury bills after February 2001. Need for the mortgage industry to adjust to the loss of a popular index for one-year adjustable rate mortgages; Enabling of investors to rollover their 52-week bills into other...