United States Department of the Treasury

SeekingAlpha  Jul 18  Comment 
By Jeffrey Rosen: Do not expect economic growth to return to anything like we have experienced in the past. The unemployment rate will remain elevated and hold well above what the CBO views as full employment. Economic growth is expected to stay...
New York Times  Jul 17  Comment 
The Obama administration and Congress appear unlikely to take any action to stem the tide of such deals anytime soon.
Clusterstock  Jul 16  Comment 
The U.S. just issued a new sanctions against a flurry of Russian firms in response to Russia's offensive in Ukraine. Among the firms targeted is Kalashnikov Concern, the company that makes AK-47s. The Treasury has published an in-depth Q&A...
Japan Today  Jul 16  Comment 
Foreign buyers of U.S. Treasury securities increased their holdings in May to another record high. The Treasury Department reported Wednesday that total foreign holdings rose 0.3% to $5.98 trillion, up from $5.96 trillion in April. China,...
Mondo Visione  Jul 16  Comment 
U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew today urged financial institutions and firms to take critical steps to better protect consumers and strengthen the nation's defenses against cybersecurity thefts, disruptions, and attacks. In remarks at CNBC...
CNNMoney.com  Jul 16  Comment 
Americans who are branded terrorists by the U.S. government are facing financial peril -- losing their jobs, their homes and all access to cash and credit.
Reuters  Jul 16  Comment 
Calling for a new sense of "economic patriotism," U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew urged Congress on Wednesday to take steps quickly to discourage U.S. companies from moving...
New York Times  Jul 16  Comment 
Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew told Congress the Obama administration supports a quick fix to halt the trend of so-called inversions, in which American companies buy a smaller competitor and reincorporate overseas to save money on taxes.


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The United States Department of the Treasury is the department of the United States Government that mints currency, collects federal taxes, and manages US government debt instruments (e.g. treasury bonds and treasury Bills),

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