Ferris, Craig; Kinnander, Ola
April 2002
Bond Buyer;4/30/2002, Vol. 340 Issue 31376, p2
Trade Publication
Reports business developments in the U.S. as of April 30, 2002. Increase of personal income and consumption expenditures; Sale of discount bills; Combination of tender rates for the 91-day and 182-day discount bills of Treasury Department.


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