United States Treasury


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During January to March 2013, the United States Treasury sold off around 20 percent of its remaining General Motors share.
The Federal Reserve Bank and/or the United States Treasury reserve the right to purchase any securities, including domestic stocks or stock indexes, it deems substantially undervalued, hold the securities for a period of time and sale the securities at a profit for the benefit of our taxpayers.
The 10-Year CMT is the one-week average yield on 10-year United States Treasury Securities at "constant maturity" as estimated from the United States Treasury's weekly yield curve and published in the latest H.
The United States Treasury Department has hired New York-based Lazard Freres & Co.
In May 2006, The United States Treasury Department formally conceded the legal dispute over federal excise taxes on long-distance telephone service, resulting in Titan's ability to claim the funds as income.
The United States Treasury Department has around 61 percent of the company's common shares after offering USD50bn in bankruptcy and bailout financing.
The United States Treasury Department, Federal Bureau of Investigation and AT&T Communications also use IRE Network Security Systems to protect sensitive data.
Section 199 -- Grant Thornton submitted comments to the United States Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service on the Section 199 Proposed Regulations.
0bn to the United States Treasury and USD192m to Export Development Canada.
The United States Treasury Department and AT&T Communications also use IRE Network Security Systems to protect sensitive data.
Thereafter, the interest rate will adjust on an annual basis to the sum of the weekly average yield on United States Treasury Securities adjusted to a constant maturity of one year.
According to Ron Bloom, United States Treasury Department senior adviser and newly-appointed 'car czar', 'Success will be measured by whether taxpayers get their money back.
According to GM CFO Ray Young, 'To the extent that we do an IPO, whereby, let's say the government sells some of their shares but we also issue some new shares, those proceeds could be used to repay part of the United States Treasury and Canadian government loans.
Many Federal agencies, including The Department of Homeland Security, NASA, and the United States Treasury, rely on SecureInfo RMS to help them more effectively comply with mandated regulations.
General Motors Corporation (GM) (NYSE: GM), a United States-based automaker, has agreed to a new contract with the United Auto Workers Union and the United States Treasury.
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