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- Treasury 4-Weeks To Raise New Cash. Newman, Emily // Bond Buyer;10/21/2003, Vol. 346 Issue 31744, p2
Reports on the rate of the four-week discount bills sold by the U.S. Treasury Department.
- Hearing on efforts to gauge circulation of dollars abroad. de Senerpont Domis, Olaf // American Banker;7/9/1997, Vol. 162 Issue 130, p3
Reports on the US House Banking Committee's hearing on US Department of Treasury's efforts to track the circulation of dollars abroad. US General Accounting Office's criticism of the Treasury's proposal; Officials set to testify.
- Treasury Sees $89B Of 3Q Borrowing. Newman, Emily // Bond Buyer;8/3/2004, Vol. 349 Issue 31939, p2
Reports on the plan of the Treasury Department to borrow in marketable debt during the July-September 2004 quarter in the U.S. Adoption of monetary policy with regard to interest rates; Total amount of the cash balance.
- Foreign exchange operations and the Federal Reserve. Broaddus Jr., J. Alfred; Goodfriend, Marvin // Economic Quarterly (10697225);Winter96, Vol. 82 Issue 1, p1
Discusses various aspects of the monetary policy of the United States. Regulation of foreign exchange operations; Maintaining the Federal Reserve System's independence; Proposal for the separation of the Federal Reserve from foreign exchange operations with the Treasury.
- Bullard: Policy Stance Is 'Appropriately Calibrated'. // Bond Buyer;7/11/2012, Vol. 381 Issue 33745, p2
The article offers the U.S. economy news briefs as of July 11, 2012 on topics including monetary policy, The U.S. Treasury Department and tender auctions.
- The U.S. Treasury's Inflation-Protected Securities (TIPS)... DePrince Jr., Albert E.; Ford, William F. // Business Economics;Jan1998, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p47
Reviews the US Treasury's series of inflation-protected securities (TIPS) and their role in financing federal deficits and the national debt. Institutional and individual investor responses to TIPS; Emerging secondary market for TIPS; Derivative products that will flow from TIPS; Long-term...
- Managing the Treasury's Cash: Then and Now. Carlock, John K. // Banking;Jul68, Vol. 61 Issue 1, p63
Reports on the management of the cash balances of the Department of the Treasury in the U.S. as of July 1966. Expenditures of the department yearly; Efforts of the department to provide more cash to continue to increase bank deposits in 1907; Facts on the current monetary policy of the department.
- Gold in 1923. Keynes, John Maynard // New Republic;2/27/24, Vol. 38 Issue 482, p10
Focuses on the situation of gold trade . Comment that almost the whole of the world's output of gold is absorbed by India and the U.S.; Description of reasons of high consumption of gold in India and the U.S.; Comparison of the output of gold in the British Empire and the rest of the world;...
- After the Accord: Reminiscences on the Birth of the Modern Fed . Hetzel, Robert L.; Leach, Ralph F. // Economic Quarterly (10697225);Winter2001, Vol. 87 Issue 1, p57
Discusses how the key aspects of the contemporary monetary policy emerged immediately after the 1951 accord between the United States Federal Reserve Board and the Department of Treasury. Ways by which the rationale for central bank independence was put into practice; Creation of the modern...