Monday, January 24
The Treasury will auction $29 billion of 91-day bills and $28 billion of 182-day discount bills. The 91-day bills are dated Jan. 27 and due April 28. The 182-day bills are dated Jan. 27 and are due July 28. Currently, there are $28 billion of 91-day bills outstanding and $25 billion of 182-day bills outstanding.

Tuesday, January 25
Consumer confidence figures for January are released by the Conference Board.

The Federal Open Market Committee begins its two-day meeting to discuss monetary policy.

The Treasury will auction $35 billion of two-year notes dated Jan. 31 and due Jan. 31, 2013.

Wednesday, January 26
New home sales for December are released by the Commerce Department.

The Federal Open Market Committee concludes its two-day meeting and announces any changes in monetary policy.

The Treasury will auction $35 billion of five-year notes dated Jan. 31 and due Jan. 31, 2016.

Thursday, January 27
Initial jobless claims data for the week ending Jan. 22 are released by the Labor Department.

Durable goods figures for December are released by the Commerce Department.

Pending home sales figures for December are released by the National Association of Realtors.

The Treasury will auction $29 billion of seven-year notes. The notes are dated Jan. 31 and are due Jan. 31, 2018.

Friday, January 28
Advance gross domestic product figures for the fourth quarter of 2010 are released by the Commerce Department.

The employment cost index for the fourth quarter is released by the Labor Department.

Final consumer sentiment figures for January are released by the University of Michigan.

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