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Data for: January 8, 2018
Source: U.S. Treasury, Bureau of Public Debt
Tenders by type of bidder in millions of U.S. dollars
Percentage are based on total competitive
Hit Ratio=Amt Accepted/Amt Tendered
                                  Pct of              Pct of
                                   Comp-               Comp-    Hit
3-month bills          Tendered  etitive   Accepted  etitive  Ratio
Primary Dealer 1     113735.000    82.20  25785.800    54.86  22.67
Direct Bidder 2        3835.000     2.77   3629.123     7.72  94.63
Indirect Bidder 3     20796.172    15.03  17584.812    37.41  84.56
Total Competitive    138366.172           46999.735           33.97
Noncomps                666.694             666.694              --
FIMA                    334.000             334.000              --
Total Public         139366.866           48000.429           34.44
                                  Pct of              Pct of
                                   Comp-               Comp-    Hit
6-month bills          Tendered  etitive   Accepted  etitive  Ratio
Primary Dealer 1     106525.000    82.05  19132.840    46.55  17.96
Direct Bidder 2        2080.000     1.60   1810.000     4.40  87.02
Indirect Bidder 3     21226.343    16.35  20160.743    49.05  94.98
Total Competitive    129831.343           41103.583           31.66
Noncomps                582.523             582.523              --
FIMA                    314.000             314.000              --
Total Public         130727.866           42000.106           32.13
1. Primary dealers as submitters bidding for their own house accounts.  
2. Non-primary dealer submitters bidding for their own house accounts.  
3. Customers placing competitive bids through a direct submitter,       
including foreign and international monetary authorities placing bids   
through the New York Federal Reserve Bank.                              
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