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Data for: October 9, 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     115215.000    89.34  33108.880    71.60   28.74
Direct Bidder 2        3730.000     2.89   3122.675     6.75   83.72
Indirect Bidder 3     10011.249     7.76  10011.249    21.65  100.00
Total Competitive    128956.249           46242.804            35.86
Noncomps               1284.901            1284.901               --
FIMA                    473.000             473.000               --
Total Public         130714.150           48000.705            36.72
                                  Pct of              Pct of
                                   Comp-               Comp-     Hit
6-month bills          Tendered  etitive   Accepted  etitive   Ratio
Primary Dealer 1      97120.000    83.88  23512.705    57.85   24.21
Direct Bidder 2        2410.000     2.08   1525.000     3.75   63.28
Indirect Bidder 3     16256.760    14.04  15607.540    38.40   96.01
Total Competitive    115786.760           40645.245            35.10
Noncomps                854.977             854.977               --
FIMA                    500.000             500.000               --
Total Public         117141.737           42000.222            35.85
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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