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Money Markets

There are many different kinds of interest rates, including those for deposits and loans. The most common debt instruments referred to for risk-free rates are:

  • 3-month (13-week) Treasury Bills
  • 1-year Treasury Notes

The Latest Auction Data for these Government securities and other debt instruments may be found on Table 1.35 in the monthly Federal Reserve Bulletin (Latest issues: ALEXANDER, CAMDEN, DANA Periodicals Department) as well as online on:

  • FRED, the Federal Reserve Economic Data database
  • FRASER the Federal Reserve Archival System for Economic Research

For older statistical data of all sorts, refer to the following print sources:

Business Statistics of the United States, Bernan Press, annual.
ALEXANDER DOCREF; DANA Reference Desk; CARR REF HC 101. A13122

Statistical Abstract of the United States U.S. Government Printing Office, annual, (publication ceased in 2011)

The last online edition of the Statistical Abstract of the from 2012, with tables such as:


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