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Are they stimulative, or do they encourage the government to rack up debt irresponsibly?
The government mortgage giant doesn't need money from the Treasury for the first time since 2008.
Weak home prices and foreclosure completions continue to hang over housing.
With a bitter debt fight ahead, the move to the dollar coin may be the first place Congress goes to save money.
Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation will discuss Europe's debt crisis.
Treasury says it will continue to gradually increase the average maturity of its debt portfolio.
Few pay more than they owe to the feds, Norquist's advice to Buffet nothwithstanding.
The 10-year treasury bond is trading near record lows.
Taxes should be collected more fairly and spent more wisely.
Treasuries are at risk of losing their highly coveted, top-notch rating.