Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac 2013 bill sale calendar

Fri Jun 7, 2013 9:24am EDT

June 7 (Reuters) - The following is a list of scheduled U.S. agency bill
sales from Fannie Mae   
 and Freddie Mac for 2013.               
    Freddie Mac said 3-month and 6-month bills will be auctioned every week. In 
addition, 1-month and 12-month auctions are optional each week.                
    Fannie Mae said 3-month, 6-month and 1-year may be auctioned on a weekly   
basis and it has the option to skip any bill auction. If it elects not to issue 
a scheduled offering, it will provide notice of its decision either prior to or 
on the scheduled announcement date.                
    *=Bills have been priced                
    NA=Not Available.                
    Settlement dates will be specified on deal announcement days.
                    
AGENCY        TYPE OF BILLS             ANNOUNCEMENT    PRICING  SETTLEMENT     
JUNE ISSUES:   
Freddie Mac   3-month/6-month           June 10         June 10     NA  
Fannie Mae    3-month/6-month           June 10         June 12     NA       
Freddie Mac   3-month/6-month           June 17         June 17     NA  
Fannie Mae    3-month/6-month           June 17         June 19     NA       
Freddie Mac   3-month/6-month           June 24         June 24     NA  
Fannie Mae    3-month/6-month           June 24         June 26     NA       
       
JULY ISSUES:   
Freddie Mac   3-month/6-month           July 1          July 1      NA  
Fannie Mae    3-month/6-month           July 1          July 3      NA       
Freddie Mac   3-month/6-month           July 8          July 8      NA  
Fannie Mae    3-month/6-month           July 8          July 10     NA       
Freddie Mac   3-month/6-month           July 15         July 15     NA  
Fannie Mae    3-month/6-month           July 15         July 17     NA       
Freddie Mac   3-month/6-month           July 22         July 22     NA  
Fannie Mae    3-month/6-month           July 22         July 24     NA       
Freddie Mac   3-month/6-month           July 29         July 29     NA   
Fannie Mae    3-month/6-month           July 29         July 31     NA  
           
AUGUST ISSUES:   
Freddie Mac   3-month/6-month           Aug 5           Aug 5       NA  
Fannie Mae    3-month/6-month           Aug 5           Aug 7       NA       
Freddie Mac   3-month/6-month           Aug 12          Aug 12      NA  
Fannie Mae    3-month/6-month           Aug 12          Aug 14      NA       
Freddie Mac   3-month/6-month           Aug 19          Aug 19      NA  
Fannie Mae    3-month/6-month           Aug 19          Aug 21      NA       
Freddie Mac   3-month/6-month           Aug 26          Aug 26      NA   
Fannie Mae    3-month/6-month           Aug 26          Aug 28      NA  
           
SEPTEMBER ISSUES:  
Fannie Mae    3-month/6-month           Aug 30          Sept 4      NA       
Freddie Mac   3-month/6-month           Sept 3          Sept 3      NA   
Freddie Mac   3-month/6-month           Sept 9          Sept 9      NA  
Fannie Mae    3-month/6-month           Sept 9          Sept 11     NA       
Freddie Mac   3-month/6-month           Sept 16         Sept 16     NA  
Fannie Mae    3-month/6-month           Sept 16         Sept 18     NA        
Freddie Mac   3-month/6-month           Sept 23         Sept 23     NA  
Fannie Mae    3-month/6-month           Sept 23         Sept 25     NA       
Freddie Mac   3-month/6-month           Sept 30         Sept 30     NA   
       
OCTOBER ISSUES:  
Fannie Mae    3-month/6-month           Sept 30         Oct 2       NA      
Freddie Mac   3-month/6-month           Oct 7           Oct 7       NA  
Fannie Mae    3-month/6-month           Oct 7           Oct 9       NA       
Freddie Mac   3-month/6-month           Oct 15          Oct 15      NA  
Fannie Mae    3-month/6-month           Oct 11          Oct 16      NA   
Freddie Mac   3-month/6-month           Oct 21          Oct 21      NA  
Fannie Mae    3-month/6-month           Oct 21          Oct 23      NA       
Freddie Mac   3-month/6-month           Oct 28          Oct 28      NA   
Fannie Mae    3-month/6-month           Oct 28          Oct 30      NA  
       
NOVEMBER ISSUES:   
Freddie Mac   3-month/6-month           Nov 4           Nov 4       NA  
Fannie Mae    3-month/6-month           Nov 4           Nov 6       NA       
Freddie Mac   3-month/6-month           Nov 12          Nov 12      NA  
Fannie Mae    3-month/6-month           Nov 8           Nov 13      NA      
Freddie Mac   3-month/6-month           Nov 18          Nov 18      NA  
Fannie Mae    3-month/6-month           Nov 18          Nov 20      NA       
Freddie Mac   3-month/6-month           Nov 25          Nov 25      NA  
Fannie Mae    3-month/6-month           Nov 25          Nov 27      NA       
       
DECEMBER ISSUES:   
Freddie Mac   3-month/6-month           Dec 2           Dec 2       NA  
Fannie Mae    3-month/6-month           Dec 2           Dec 4       NA       
Freddie Mac   3-month/6-month           Dec 9           Dec 9       NA  
Fannie Mae    3-month/6-month           Dec 9           Dec 11      NA       
Freddie Mac   3-month/6-month           Dec 16          Dec 16      NA  
Fannie Mae    3-month/6-month           Dec 16          Dec 18      NA       
Freddie Mac   3-month/6-month           Dec 23          Dec 23      NA  
Fannie Mae    3-month/6-month           Dec 23            NA        NA       
Freddie Mac   3-month/6-month           Dec 30          Dec 30      NA
Comments (0)
This discussion is now closed. We welcome comments on our articles for a limited period after their publication.

California state worker Albert Jagow (L) goes over his retirement options with Calpers Retirement Program Specialist JeanAnn Kirkpatrick at the Calpers regional office in Sacramento, California October 21, 2009. Calpers, the largest U.S. public pension fund, manages retirement benefits for more than 1.6 million people, with assets comparable in value to the entire GDP of Israel. The Calpers investment portfolio had a historic drop in value, going from a peak of $250 billion in the fall of 2007 to $167 billion in March 2009, a loss of about a third during that period. It is now around $200 billion. REUTERS/Max Whittaker   (UNITED STATES) - RTXPWOZ

How to get out of debt

Financial adviser Eric Brotman offers strategies for cutting debt from student loans and elder care -- and how to avoid money woes in the first place.  Video