Monday, April 27 The Treasury will auction $29 billion of 91-day bills and $28 billion of 182-day discount bills. The 91-day bills are dated April 30 and due July 30, and the 182-day bills are dated April 30 and due Oct. 29. Currently, there are $82 billion of 91-day bills and no 182-day bills outstanding. The Treasury will auction $40 billion of two-year notes. Tuesday, April 28 Consumer confidence figures for April are released by the Conference Board. The Federal Reserve Open Market Committee begins a two-day meeting to discuss interest rate policy The Treasury will auction $35 billion of five-year notes. Wednesday, April 29 Advance gross domestic product figures for the first quarter are released by the Commerce Department. The Federal Reserve Open Market Committee concludes a two-day meeting to discuss interest rate policy. The Treasury will auction $26 billion of seven-year notes. The Treasury will announce the auction of 3 year notes, 10-year notes, and 30-year bonds. Thursday, April 30 Initial jobless claims for the week ending April 25 are released by the Labor Department. The employment cost index for the first quarter is released by the Labor Department. Personal income and spending figures for March are released by the Commerce Department. Friday, May 1 Final consumer sentiment figures for April are released by the University of Michigan. Factory order, shipment, and inventory figures for March are released by the Commerce Department.

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