Fewer Treasury Bills Means 0% Rates to Persist With Deficits

Fewer Treasury Bills Means 0% Rates to Persist With Deficits

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The U.S. Treasury building in Washington, D.C., U.S. The shrinkage underscores a shift in the financing strategy of the government, which boosted bills outstanding to a record $2.07 trillion in August 2009.