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1 May 2013 By Agnes T. Crane

The Treasury wants to sell floating-rate debt, but the most common benchmark is discredited. Uncle Sam will use a new one based on government bill auctions. Treasuries are already the world’s touchstone for fixed-rate bonds. The new yardstick could credibly chip away at Libor.

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