United States Department of the Treasury

Forbes  7 hrs ago  Comment 
Wrestling with the choice of taking a lump sum or an annuity? Final Treasury Department rules give more flexibility as to how you can take your pension.
MarketWatch  Sep 14  Comment 
The dollar weakened against most of its rivals on Wednesday as Treasury yields moved lower, diminishing demand for dollars among foreign investors.
MarketWatch  Sep 13  Comment 
The federal government ran a budget deficit of $107 billion in August, the Treasury Department said Tuesday, $43 billion more than in August 2015.
Financial Times  Sep 13  Comment 
Former Treasury secretary says rhetoric could deter Chinese investment
MarketWatch  Sep 13  Comment 
Long-dated U.S. Treasury yields rose sharply Tuesday, widening the spread between two-year and ten-year bond yields known as a yield curve, amid changing perceptions about the future path of global monetary policy.
Reuters  Sep 13  Comment 
U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew said on Tuesday federal regulators were correct to punish Wells Fargo & Co for setting up sham accounts without customers' knowledge, but stopped short of calling for a clawback of pay from the head of the unit...
MarketWatch  Sep 13  Comment 
The dollar strengthened against the yen on Tuesday, following Treasury yields higher, after an auction of 30-year bonds saw weak demand.
MarketWatch  Sep 12  Comment 
Treasury yields on Monday were dipping in and out of negative territory amid mixed messages from Federal Reserve officials on the timing of the next interest-rate hike.
Yahoo  Sep 12  Comment 
"Politics simply does not come up," the Fed governor says. "We look at the economic data."
MarketWatch  Sep 12  Comment 
Treasury prices fell further on Monday, pushing yields higher as expectations that the Federal Reserve will soon raise interest rates continued to drive financial markets. The yield on the 10-year U.S. Treasury note rose 1 basis point to 1.688%....


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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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