MONDAY, January 28
The Treasury raises $7.002 billion at its regular weekly auction of three-month and six-month discount bills by selling $44.0 billion to refund $36.998 billion in maturing securities. Also maturing is an estimated $17.0 billion of publicly held four-week Treasury bills, the disposition of which will be announced.
New home sales figures for December are released by the Commerce Department.
The Treasury auctions $22 billion of two-year notes.

TUESDAY, January 29
Durable goods order, shipment, and inventory figures for December are released by the Commerce Department.
Consumer confidence figures for January are released by the Conference Board.
The Federal Open Market Committee begins a two-day meeting, after which it will announce whether it is changing the Federal Reserve Board’s interest rate policy.
The Treasury auctions $14 billion of five-year notes.

WEDNESDAY, January 30
Advance real gross domestic product figures for the fourth quarter are announced by the Commerce Department.
The Treasury announces 10-year note and 30-year bond auctions.

THURSDAY, January 31
Initial jobless claims for the week ending Jan. 26 are announced by the Labor Department.
Personal income and spending figures for December are released by the Commerce Department.

FRIDAY, February 1
Employment figures for January are announced by the Labor Department.
Construction spending figures for December are released by the Commerce Department.
Final consumer sentiment figures for January are released by the University of Michigan.

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