NEWS IN BRIEF
- Treasury Move Should Trim Debt Costs. Bergquist, Erick // American Banker;11/5/2001, Vol. 166 Issue 212, p8
Details the impacts of suspending the 30-year bond issuance by the United States Treasury Department. Effort of making Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac debt more attractive; Reduction of corporate debt cost; Expectation of budget deficits.
- Treasury: 30-Year Improves Flexibility. Ackerman, Andrew // Bond Buyer;8/4/2005, Vol. 353 Issue 32189, p2
Reports on the announcement of the U.S. Department of the Treasury to resume issuing 30-year bonds semiannually beginning in 2006. Aim of the move to reduce the average maturity of its securities; Range of the issuance considered by the agency; Praises of the Bond market Association to the decision.
- INTRODUCTION: Public Debt Operations. // Treasury Bulletin;Mar2005, p33
Reports on the public debt operations of the U.S. Department of the Treasury. Authority of the Secretary of Treasury to borrow money by issuing Treasury securities; Listing of all unmatured Treasury notes and bonds in maturity order; Acceptance of noncompetitive tenders from individual and...
- Return of the king. McMahon, Chris // Futures: News, Analysis & Strategies for Futures, Options & Deri;Sep2005, Vol. 34 Issue 11, p15
Reports on the impact of the plan of the Treasury Department to bringing back the long bond on the yield spread between the two-year note and a 30-year bond in the U.S. Indication of the need for increased flexibility in the debt offering; Contributing factor for bringing back the long bond;...
- Treasury to Pay Down $78B with Quarterly Refunding. Siegel, Gary // Bond Buyer;4/29/2014, Vol. 123 Issue 34100, p1
The article reports that the U.S. Treasury Department will pay 78 billion dollars with its quarterly refunding and 130 billion dollars cash balance at the end of the second quarter of the financial year 2014. Topics discussed include information on the department's borrowing plan, information on...
- Treasury Q3 Refunding: $16B 30Y, $24B 10Y, $24B 3Y. Siegel, Gary // Bondbuyer.com;8/5/2015, p1
The Treasury Department announce Wednesday it will pay down $3.2 billion of debt with it quarterly refunding, selling $16 billion 30-year bonds, $24 billion 10-year notes and $24 billion three-year notes.
- Return of the 30-Year Treasury Bond. Dow Jones // American Banker;8/4/2005, Vol. 170 Issue 149, p20
Reports that the U.S. government will begin reissuing 30-year bonds in the first quarter of 2006 to diversify issuance and reduce borrowing costs, according to the Treasury Dept. Comments from Randal Quarles, the under secretary for domestic finance on the flexibility of the U.S. treasury to...
- Weekly T-Bills Go At 2.710%, 2.935%. McConnell, Alison L. // Bond Buyer;3/8/2005, Vol. 351 Issue 32085, p2
Reports on the tender rates for the U.S. Treasury Department's latest 91-day and 182-day discount bills. Decrease in the three-months bills as of March 8, 2005; Amount of the coupon equivalents.
- Cash Managements Draw 2.465% High. McConnell, Alison L. // Bond Buyer;3/8/2005, Vol. 351 Issue 32085, p2
Reports that the U.S. Treasury Department sold 13 billion-dollars of seven-day cash management bills, dated March 8, 2005 and March 15, 2005.