The Treasury Department said Thursday it will sell $45 billion of four-week discount bills Tuesday, down from $50 billion last week.

There are currently $74.990 billion of four-week bills outstanding.

The bills settle Jan. 18 and are due Feb. 15.

Federal Reserve banks hold nothing in maturing bills in their own accounts.

Treasury will auction $48 billion 91-day bills and $42 billion 182-day discount bills Tuesday.

The 91s settle Jan. 18, and are due April 19, and the 182s settle Jan. 18, and are due July 190.

Currently, there are $36.000 billion 91-days outstanding and $19.999 billion 182s.

Treasury also said it will auction $13 billion 10-year inflation-indexed bonds on Jan. 18.

The notes are dated Jan. 15, and due Jan. 15, 2028.

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