MONDAY, April 11
The Treasury will auction $32 billion of 91-day bills and $30 billion of 182-day discount bills. The 91-day bills are dated April 14 and due July 14. The 182-day bills are dated April 14 and due Oct. 13. Currently, there are $28.001 billion of 91-day bills outstanding and no 182-day bills.

TUESDAY, April 12
International trade figures for February are released by the Commerce Department.

Import and export prices for March are released by the Labor Department.

The federal budget deficit or surplus for March are released by the Treasury Department.

The Treasury will auction $32 billion of three-year notes dated April 15 and due April 15, 2014.

WEDNESDAY, April 13
Retail sales figures for March are released by the Commerce Department.

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

The Beige Book, a summary of economic commentary compiled from the 12 Federal Reserve banks, is released by the Fed.

The Treasury will auction $21 billion of 9-year, 11-month notes that settle April 15 and are due Feb. 15, 2021.

THURSDAY, April 14
Initial jobless claims for the week ending April 9 are announced by the Labor Department.

Producer price figures for March are released by the Labor Department.

The Treasury will auction $13 billion of 29-year, 10-month notes that settle April 15 and are due Feb. 15, 2041.

FRIDAY, April 15
Consumer price figures for March are released by the Labor Department.

Industrial production and capacity utilization figures for March are announced by the Federal Reserve Board.

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

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