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Current Issues in Economics and Finance
Foreign ownership of U.S. Treasury securities: what the data show and do not show
Dorothy M. Sobol
Abstract

The Treasury Department makes available to the public considerable information about foreign holdings of its securities. Nevertheless, it is not possible to determine from the published data exactly which foreigners own U.S. Treasury debt and how much of this debt is in foreign hands.


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Dorothy M. Sobol, "Foreign ownership of U.S. Treasury securities: what the data show and do not show" , Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Current Issues in Economics and Finance, volume 4, issue May, 1998.
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Keywords: Treasury bills ; Investments; Foreign - United States
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