January 2005
Bond Buyer;1/26/2005, Vol. 351 Issue 32057, p2
Trade Publication
This article presents news briefs related to bond and security. The consumer confidence index rose again in January 2005, climbing to 103.4 from an upwardly revised 102.7 last month. Existing home sales fell 3.39% in December 2003 to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 6.69 million units, the National Association of Realtors announced. Treasury yesterday sold $8 billion of inflation-indexed 20-year bonds at a 2.000% yield, an adjusted price of 107.552, with a 2% coupon. The U.S. Treasury Department auctioned $8 billion of four-week bills at a 2.030% high yield, a price of 99.842111.


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