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US Tsy Auction Calendar, Cut Auction Sizes in May-July Qrtr

The U.S. Treasury Wednesday said it plans to continue reducing auction sizes of coupons during the May-July quarter, but by smaller increments than in previous quarters, and left open the door for additional cuts in future quarters if needed.

The department will issue USD103 billion of securities at next week's quarterly refunding, raising USD55.2 billion in new cash. Officials say they plan to sell USD45 billion in 3-year notes on May 10, USD36 billion in 10-year notes on May 11, and USD22 billion in 30-year bonds on May 12.

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The U.S. Treasury Wednesday said it plans to continue reducing auction sizes of coupons during the May-July quarter, but by smaller increments than in previous quarters, and left open the door for additional cuts in future quarters if needed.

The department will issue USD103 billion of securities at next week's quarterly refunding, raising USD55.2 billion in new cash. Officials say they plan to sell USD45 billion in 3-year notes on May 10, USD36 billion in 10-year notes on May 11, and USD22 billion in 30-year bonds on May 12.

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