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http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-04-2 ... sales.html
Is this something Vanguard might be interested in offering and if so where would they fit into the scheme of things? Looks like Fidelity might be offering a fund and they say MM's might be purchasers?
It might be interesting if they offered them in binds?
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Really great article. Covers the pluses and minuses of why and when they would issue the bonds. It looks like we're inching a little closer to them every time a new article comes out. So it appears Treasury is seriously considering them.
If the interest reset interval is short enough they could be used in a MMF because that is effectively the "duration."
Basically the floaters are equivalent to rolling over tbills with the same duration as the reset interval.
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