Newly issued Treasury securities held in stripped form decreased about $3.041 billion in June to a total of $193.356 billion, the Bureau of the Public Debt reported Wednesday.

Through the Separate Trading of Registered Interest and Principal of Securities program, STRIPS, about $26.816 billion of Treasury securities were reconstituted in June, off about $298 million from $27.114 billion in May.

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