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  • The Treasury Department sold $28 billion in seven-year notes to fair demand, the final sale of $88 billion in coupon-bearing supply this week. AT&T Corp also came to market with a $22.5 billion. "The market is unduly being sold off on the mega AT&T deal... that is weighing on the long-end of the market" Tom di Galoma, a managing director at Seaport Global Holdings in New...

  • July 27- Canada's Cameco Corp, the world's second-largest uranium producer, said on Thursday it had settled a U.S. tax dispute for a fraction of the original claim, which may bode well for the company's multi-billion-dollar battle with the Canada Revenue Agency. Cameco will pay the U.S. Internal Revenue Service $122,000 for its 2009 through 2012 taxation years,...

  • NEW YORK, July 27- U.S. The Fed is still in play, said Justin Lederer, interest rate strategist at Cantor Fitzgerald in New York. The Treasury Department will sell $28 billion in seven-year notes on Thursday, the final sale of $88 billion in coupon-bearing supply this week.

  • NEW YORK, July 27- U.S. The Fed is still in play, said Justin Lederer, interest rate strategist at Cantor Fitzgerald in New York. The Treasury Department will sell $28 billion in seven-year notes on Thursday, the final sale of $88 billion in coupon-bearing supply this week.

  • WASHINGTON— Interest rates on short-term Treasury bills rose in Monday's auction to their highest levels in more than eight years. The Treasury Department auctioned $39 billion in three-month bills at a discount rate of 1.180 percent, up from 1.050 percent last week. For a $10,000 bill, the three-month price was $9, 970.17, while a six-month bill sold for...

  • *U.S. to sell $39 billion three-month T-bills on Monday. NEW YORK, July 24- U.S. Data this week including Gross Domestic Product for the second quarter due on Friday will also be a key focus, while the Treasury Department is also due to sell $88 billion in short- and intermediate-dated coupon-bearing supply this week.

  • WASHINGTON/ HOUSTON, July 20- Exxon Mobil Corp sued the U.S. government on Thursday, blasting as "unlawful" and "capricious" a $2 million fine levied against it for a three-year-old oil joint venture with Russia's Rosneft. The U.S. Treasury Department on Thursday morning slapped the world's largest publicly traded oil producer with the fine for "reckless disregard"...

  • WASHINGTON— The Latest on the United States punishing Exxon Mobil for violating U.S. sanctions on Russia with a $2 million fine:. Exxon Mobil is suing the U.S. government to stop a $2 million fine on the oil giant for violating U.S. sanctions on Russia. The Treasury Department says it is slapping Exxon Mobil Corp. with a $2 million fine for violating Russia sanctions...

  • WASHINGTON, July 20- The U.S. Treasury Department on Thursday said it was fining global oil company Exxon Mobil Corp $2 million for violating sanctions on Russia in May 2014. The heads of the company's U.S. subsidiaries signed eight documents between May 14 and May 23, 2014 with Igor Sechin, the head of Russia's largest oil producer, Rosneft, Treasury's Office of...

  • WASHINGTON— Exxon Mobil Corp. must pay a $2 million fine for showing "reckless disregard" for U.S. sanctions on Russia while Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was the oil giant's CEO, the Treasury Department said Thursday. The U.S. blacklisted Sechin, Tillerson's longtime business associate, as part of its response to Moscow's actions in Ukraine and annexation of...

  • WASHINGTON, July 20- The U.S. Treasury Department on Thursday announced a civil penalty against Exxon Mobil Corp and its U.S. subsidiaries for violating sanctions regulations related to Ukraine in May 2014, fining the global oil company $2 million. Treasurys Office of Foreign Assets Control found ExxonMobil had not voluntarily self-disclosed the...

  • President Donald Trump sits in a fire truck while participating in a Made in America event, with companies from 50 states featuring their products, on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington on Monday, July 17, 2017.

    Wall Street should right-size its expectations about what this all-Republican government is likely to achieve: not very much.

  • WASHINGTON— Interest rates on short-term Treasury bills were mixed in Monday's auction with rates on three-month bills climbing to their highest level in more than eight years while rates on six-month bills declined. The Treasury Department auctioned $39 billion in three-month bills at a discount rate of 1.050 percent, up from 1.040 percent last week.

  • Treasuries at the fastest rate since 2009 over the past month, possibly on expectations that rules requiring them to hold high-quality assets will be relaxed, TD Securities said in a report on Friday. The amount of U.S. government bonds held by banks declined by $39 billion in the past four weeks, after the U.S. Treasury Department on June 12 released suggested...

  • President Donald J. Trump (R) and Secretary of Treasury Steven Mnuchin (L) walk out of the Treasury Department after a financial services Executive Order signing ceremon on April 21, 2017 in Washington, DC.

    The Treasury Department is considering rewriting an Obama-era regulation dealing with earnings stripping.

  • Treasury sanctions China bank and individuals

    CNBC's Eamon Javers reports the latest on sanctions against a Chinese bank for illicitly helping fund North Korea.

  • A Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) interceptor is launched during a successful intercept test, in this undated handout photo provided by the U.S. Department of Defense, Missile Defense Agency.

    CNBC's John Harwood and Ylan Mui report the highlights of Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin's comments on sanctions against a Chinese bank and individuals for facilitating financial transactions for North Korea.

  • Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin: We will talk with G20 counterparts on North Korea

    Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin answers questions at the White House press briefing about new sanctions against a Chinese bank and individuals for facilitating financial transactions for North Korea.

  • Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin: Comfortable that we will hit growth projections

    Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin answers questions at the White House press briefing about new sanctions against a Chinese bank and individuals for facilitating financial transactions for North Korea.

  • Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin: Economic issues will never be put ahead of safety

    Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin answers questions at the White House press briefing about new sanctions against a Chinese bank and individuals for facilitating financial transactions for North Korea.