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Interesting item from Bloomberg today:

"Net issuance of U.S. notes and bonds will tumble 26 percent next year, according to estimates by primary dealers that are obligated to bid at Treasury debt auctions. The $433 billion of new supply would be the least since 2008.

"While a narrowing budget deficit is reducing the U.S.’s funding needs, the Treasury has shifted its focus to T-bills.... The drop-off in longer-term debt supply may keep a lid on yields, providing another reason to believe Fed Chair Janet Yellen can end an unprecedented era of easy money without causing a jump in borrowing costs that derails the economy."

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-11-30/there-s-a-...
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