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  • High yield 4.659%
  • WI level at the time of the auction: 4.655%
  • Tail 0.4 basis points versus six-month average of 0.5 basis points
  • Bid to cover 2.39 Xversus six-month average of 2.41X
  • Directs 19.25% versus six-month average of 17.9%
  • Indirects 65.74% versus six-month average of 65.4%
  • Dealers 15.02 % versus six-month average of 16.7%

Auction Grade: C+

Domestic demand was stronger than average. International demand was on par with the average. Bid to cover was near the six-month average. Although there was a positive tail of 0.4 basis points, it also is near the average over the last 6-months.

So overall, it is above average, but not by much.

PS: the $70 billion was a record amount auction for that issue. Tomorrow the coupon auctions finish for the week with the sale of $49 billion of the 7-year notes.

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