The Treasury Department said it will auction $28 billion seven-year notes on Dec. 28.
The notes are dated Dec. 31 and are due Dec. 31, 2024.
The Treasury also said it will auction $26 billion two-year notes on Dec. 26 and $34 billion five-year notes on Dec. 27.
The five-years are due Dec. 31, 2022. The two-years are due Dec. 31, 2019.
Treasury said it will auction $45 billion 91-day bills and $39 billion 182-day discount bills Tuesday.
The 91s settle Dec. 28, and are due March 29, 2018, and the 181s settle Dec. 28, and are due June 28, 2018.
Currently, there are $56.001 billion 91-days outstanding and no 182s.
Treasury will sell $50 billion of four-week discount bills Tuesday.
There are currently $74.996 billion of four-week bills outstanding.
The bills settle Dec. 28 and are due Jan. 25, 2018.
Federal Reserve banks hold nothing in maturing bills in their own accounts.
Treasury will auction $13 billion one-year 10-month 0.048% floating rate notes on Dec. 27.
The notes are dated Dec. 31 and due Dec. 31, 2019.