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Rates Prior to December 21, 2000

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Post Judgement Interest Rate 2001

The most recent auction of 52-week Treasury bills was held on November 28, 2000. This notice is distributed to the courts in conformance with 28 U.S.C., § 1961 and 40 U.S.C., § 258(e)(1). The price accepted for bills auctioned on that day, according to the Treasury public notice, resulted in an equivalent coupon issue yield of 6.052 percent. This rate will be applied to judgments of the courts affected by the provisions of 28 U.S.C., § 1961 and 40 U.S.C., § 258(e)(1), 18 USC 3612 (f)(2) and calculated in the manner prescribed therein.

Table of the equivalent coupon issue yields for the 52-week Treasury bills since April 15, 1982 (pdf)

In Excel97 (xls) format ("Right-click" the link and select "Save Link As..." to download the file to your machine.)

Please note that the frequency of auction for 52-week Treasury bills has been reduced to only four times each year.

The next auction should be on or about February 28, 2001. In the event you need the latest auction results prior to receipt of this notice, the information can be obtained by calling the Administrative Office's recorded message reporting the most recent auction of 52-week Treasury bills. This recording can be reached by dialing 202-502-4369. The latest results of Treasury Auctions and a calendar of future auctions are available on the Bureau of Public Debts Webpage.