The Credit Calendar

Monday, August 10

The Treasury will auction $33 billion of 91-day bills and $31 billion of 182-day discount bills.The 91-day bills are dated Aug. 13 and due Nov. 12 and the 182-day bills are dated Aug. 13 and due Feb. 11, 2010. Currently, there are $29.005 billion of 91-day bills outstanding and $23.001 billion of 182-day bills.

Tuesday, August 11

Preliminary productivity and labor cost figures for the second quarter are released by the Labor Department.

Wholesale trade figures for June are released by the Commerce Department.

The Federal Open Market Committee holds the first day of a two-day meeting to discuss monetary policy.

The Treasury auctions $37 billion or three year notes.

Wednesday, August 12

International trade figures for June are releaed by the Commerce Department.

The federal budget deficit or surplus for July is released by the Treasury Department.

Federal Open Market Committee concludes meeting to discuss monetary policy.

The Treasury auctions $23 billion of 10-year notes.

Thursday, August 13

Initial jobless claims for the week ending Aug. 8 are released by the Labor Department.

Retail sales figures for July are released by the Commerce Department.

Import and export price figures for July are released by the Labor Department.

Business inventory and sales figures for July are released by the Commerce Department.

The Treasury auctions $15 billion of 30-year bonds.

Friday, August 14

Consumer price figures for July are released by the Labor Department.

Industrial production and capacity figures for July are released by the Federal Reserve.

Preliminary consumer sentiment figures for August are released by the University of Michigan

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