The Treasury plans four offerings of government securities this week, totaling $16.1 billion. The sales plans were announced over the weekend and reflect congresstional action to extend the current debt ceiling, at least through thursday. The following offerings are set: MONDAY: Cash Management -- $2 billion of two-day cash management bills to be auctioned at noon. Bids will be accepted only at the New York Federal Reserve Bank, in minimum denominations of $10 million. MONDAY: Weekly Bills -- $7.2 billion of weekly Treasury bills, with tenders for the bills available in minimum denominations of $10,000, due by 1:30 p.m. EDT today at the Treasury and Federal Reserve branches. The Treasury will sell about $3.6 billion each of 13-week and 26-week bills. MONDAY: Notes -- $4 billion of two-year notes with tenders received no later than 12:30 p.m. EDT today. This is a rescheduling of a previously announced note sale that was set for last Tuesday. TUESDAY: Notes -- $3 billion of 5-year, 2 1/2-month notes, for which tenders must be received by 1:30 p.m. EDT tomorrow. This is a rescheduling of a note sale announced for last Wednesday.
Tenders for the weekly bills and the notes must be received at the times indicated at the Treasury here, 15th and Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Room 2134, with Cashier's check or certified check made out to "Bureau of Public Debt," or to Federal Reserve banks and branches, such as in Richmond and Baltimore.