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

The 91s settle June 29, and are due Sept. 28, and the 182s settle June 29, and are due Dec. 28.

Currently, there are $32.996 billion 91-days outstanding and no 182s.

FHA might be able to remain self-funding this year without seeking a draw from the U.S. Treasury. Image: Fotolia.
FHA might be able to remain self-funding this year without seeking a draw from the U.S. Treasury. Image: Fotolia.

Treasury also said it will auction $28 billion seven-year notes on June 28.

The notes are dated June 30 and are due June 30, 2024.

The Treasury also said it will auction $26 billion two-year notes on June 26 and $34 billion five-year notes on June 27.

The five-years are due June 30, 2022. The two-years are due June 30, 2019.

Treasury said it will auction $13 billion one-year 10-month 0.070% floating rate notes on June 28.

The notes are dated June 30 and due June 30, 2019.

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