Now the debt limit has been increased, the Treasury can cheerily get back to borrowing more...


Now the debt limit has been increased, the Treasury can cheerily get back to borrowing more money. Next week it plans to sell $72B of notes and bonds, comprising $32B of three-year notes, $24B of 10-year notes, and $16B of 30-year bonds.

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  • youngman442002
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    We will see if they can.....they will I know....but I sure do not know who is buying them..its not me
    3 Aug 2011, 09:35 AM Reply Like
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