Treasury to Eliminate 52-Week Bill Issuance

Floyd, Daniel F.
February 2001
Bond Buyer;02/01/2001, Vol. 335 Issue 31068, p2
Trade Publication
Announces the decision of the United States Treasury Department to eliminate billions of dollars in debt issuance in the fiscal year 2001.


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