The Treasury Department said Thursday it will auction $39 billion 91-day bills and $33 billion 182-day discount bills Monday.

The 91s settle April 13, and are due July 13, and the 182s settle April 13, and are due Oct. 12.

Currently, there are $28.000 billion 91-days outstanding and $20.000 billion 182s.


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Treasury said it will auction $24 billion three-year notes on April 10.

The notes are dated April 15 and due April 15, 2020.

Treasury said it will auction $20 billion nine-year 10 month notes on April 11. This is a reopening of the 2.25% 10 year notes.

Currently, there are $45.657 billion outstanding.

The notes are dated Feb. 15 and due Feb. 15, 2027.

Treasury will also auction $12 billion 29-year 10 month notes on April 12. This is a reopening of the 3% 30 year bonds.

Currently, there are $28.732 billion outstanding.

The notes are dated Feb. 15 and due Feb. 15, 2047.

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Gary Siegel

Gary Siegel

Gary Siegel has been at The Bond Buyer since 1989, currently covering economic indicators and the Federal Reserve system.