Treasury to Sell 4-Week Bills Today
- Weekly T-Bills Go at 0.935%, 1.080%. Newman, Emily // Bond Buyer;4/20/2004, Vol. 348 Issue 31866, p2
Reports on the increase in the tender rates for the Treasury's latest 91-day and 182-day discount bills in the U.S. Percentage of the increase in tender rates; Rate of coupon equivalents.
- Weekly T-Bills Go At 2.075%, 2.280%. Newman, Emiiy // Bond Buyer;11/16/2004, Vol. 350 Issue 32011, p2
The article present information about the discounted bills issued by the U.S. Department of the Treasury. Tender rates for the Treasury's latest 91-day and 182-day discount bills were higher, as the three-months incurred a 2.075 percent high rate, up from 2.045 percent last week and as the...
- News in Brief: Treasury Bills Go At 1.735%, 1.850%. Sanchez, Humberto // Bond Buyer;2/26/2002, Vol. 339 Issue 31332, p2
Reports on the tender rates for the U.S. Treasury Department's 91-day and 182-day discount bills. Exact price of the two types of bills; Statistics pertaining to the bid-to-cover ratio of the discount bills.
- chapter 5: Key Sectors. // Venezuela Business Forecast Report;2007 4th Quarter, p45
The article reports on the growth of local currency asset in Venezuela.
- Ben gets makeover to fight counterfeits. Grier, Peter // Christian Science Monitor;9/29/95, Vol. 87 Issue 214, p1
Focuses on the redesigning of the $100 US bill by changing the portrait of Ben Franklin. Other changes in the offing; Reasons for changing the $100 bill; Note on the anti-counterfeit measures.
- A glimpse into the abyss. Gunter, Lorne // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine;3/15/93, Vol. 20 Issue 13, p8
Discusses a report on federal and provincial debt published by Toronto's C.D. Howe Institute which warns that huge deficits and rapidly growing debt have brought the country to the threshold of fiscal crisis. Predictions of Howe Institute; Problems facing Canadian government; Concerns over...
- The national debt ceiling. // Economic Trends (07482922);Oct95, p15
Reports on the United States public debt as of October 1995. Public debt and debt limit for the periods June 1, 1987 to October 31, 1987, July 1, 1989 to November 30, 1990, April 1, 1993 to August 31, 1993 and July 1, 1995 to November 30, 1995.
- How big is your share of government debt? Croushore, Dean // Business Review (Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia);Nov/Dec90, p3
Examines whether a taxpayer's taxes will go up to pay for the government debt. A glimpse on the government debt; The government's tangible assets and net worth; An overview of the government capital budgeting; Conclusion. INSET: Capital budgeting and social security..
- Can the government roll over its debt forever? Abel, Andrew B. // Business Review (Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia);Nov/Dec92, p3
Discusses the feasibility of rolling over government debt forever. Factors that contribute to the growth of government debt over the time; The relationship between government deficits and the growth rate of government debt; Implications of having an interest rate lower than the growth rate of...