November 24, 2020

Treasury Auctions for This Week

The Treasury’s schedule of financing this week includes Monday’s regular weekly auction of new three- and six-month bills and an auction of four-week bills on Tuesday.

At the close of the New York cash market on Friday, the rate on the outstanding three-month bill was 0.04 percent. The rate on the six-month issue was 0.08 percent, and the rate on the four-week issue was 0.05 percent.

The following tax-exempt fixed-income issues are scheduled for pricing this week:

WEDNESDAY

Maryland, $596 million of general obligation bonds. Competitive.

San Diego Water Authority, $175.4 million of certificates of participation. Competitive.

ONE DAY DURING THE WEEK

Central Bradford, Pa., Progress Authority, $106.7 million of revenue bonds. RBC Capital Markets.

Cincinnati, $89 million of water system revenue and refinancing bonds. Morgan Stanley.

Columbus, Ohio, $289.5 million of various purpose general obligation bonds. Stifel Nicolaus.

Delaware Sustainable Energy Utility, $70 million of energy efficiency revenue bonds. Citigroup Global Markets.

Imperial, Calif., Irrigation District, $77 million of electric system refinancing revenue bonds. Goldman Sachs.

Maine Health and Higher Education Facilities Authority, $290 million of debt securities. Bank of America.

Maryland, $100 million of general obligation bonds. MT Securities.

Michigan, $50 million of debt securities. Bank of America.

North Dakota Public Finance Authority, $100.3 million of state revolving fund program bonds. Bank of America.

Parkrose, Ore., School District, $63 million of general obligation bonds. Seattle-Northwest Securities.

Pittsburgh, $95 million of general obligation bonds. Boenning Scattergood.

Texas Public Finance Authority, $287.9 million of general obligation refinancing bonds. Jefferies.

Texas, $136.5 million of unlimited tax school building bonds. Morgan Keegan.

Turlock, Calif., Irrigation District, $213.9 million of revenue refinancing bonds. Barclays Capital.

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