News In Brief: Treasury 10-Year TIPS go at 3.480%
- TIPS: Are They Really "Tax Disadvantaged"? // Financial Update;Jul-Sep2003, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p31
Examines tax advantages boasted by inflation protected securities named TIPS, introduced by the United States treasury.
- Treasury to Sell $13B 10-Year TIPs. Siegel, Gary // Bondbuyer.com;9/12/2013, p11
The article focuses on the plan of the U.S. Treasury Department to auction $13 billion 9-year 10-month inflation-protected notes.
- Treasury 5-Year TIPs Go At Negative 0.375% High Yield. Siegel, Gary // Bond Buyer;12/20/2013, Vol. 122 Issue F349, p1
The article informs that the U.S. Treasury Department has auctioned 16 billion dollars of four-year four-month inflation-indexed notes with a 0.125 percent coupon, a negative 0.375 percent high yield, an adjusted price of 103.2271040 with bid-to-cover ratio of 2.54.
- Treasury Indexed 10-Year TIPs Go At 0.500% High Yield. Lim, Yong // Bond Buyer;9/20/2013, p1
The article reports that the U.S. Treasury Department has sold 13 billion dollars of inflation-indexed 19-year 10-month Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities (TIPs) at a 0.500 percent high yield, an adjusted price of 99.178464, and also mentions that the bid-to-cover ratio was 2.38.
- Treasury 5-Year TIPs Go At 0.745% High Yield. Siegel, Gary E. // Bond Buyer;4/23/2008, Vol. 364 Issue 32863, p2
The article reports that the U.S. Treasury Department auctioned $8 billion of five-year inflation indexed notes with a 5.8% coupon, a 0.745% high yield, and a price of 99.560900. Tenders totaled $17,600,385,400 including $111,415,200 of noncompetitive. The Treasury also auctioned $8 billion of...
- Are `inflation' bonds right for you? // Christian Science Monitor;1/28/97, Vol. 89 Issue 43, p9
Presents information on inflation-protected bonds, to be auctioned off by the United States Treasury, on January 29, 1997. Information on the bonds; Annual interest expected to be paid by the bonds.
- Treasury Details 5-, 10-Year Auctions. Siegel, Gary E. // Bond Buyer;1/11/2005, Vol. 351 Issue 32047, p2
The article reports the U.S. Treasury Department said it would raise new cash by auctioning $15 billion of five-year notes and $10 billion 10-year inflation-indexed notes. The five-year notes are dated January 15, 2005 and will be due January 15, 2010, while the 10-year notes are dated January...
- THE TREASURY'S SMART NEW IDEA. Norton, Rob; Urresta, Lixandra // Fortune;6/24/1996, Vol. 133 Issue 12, p35
Applauds the Treasury Department's announcement in May 1996 that it will issue inflation-indexed bonds. The advantages of the new bonds; Past opposition from Wall Street; Why Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin is the right person to close the deal; Deputy Secretary Lawrence Summers' background;...
- Managing the Federal Debt. Thomas, Jason // National Affairs;Fall2010, Vol. 5, p10
The article focuses on managing the U.S. government debt. It describes the three major forms of the debt such as the Treasury bills, Treasury notes and bonds, and Treasury inflation. It cites the goal of the Treasury Department's Office of Debt Management which is to issue the mix of securities...