2017 Economic Calendar
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Treasury International Capital  
Released On 12/15/2017 4:00:00 PM For Oct, 2017
Foreign Demand for Long-Term U.S. Securities$80.9 B$23.2 B

Foreign buying of U.S. long-term securities was flat in October limiting the month's net inflow to only $23.2 billion. Foreign accounts, both private and especially official, were sellers of Treasuries though private accounts did show some appetite for corporate bonds and government agencies. But, for a second month in a row, it was the stock market that caught foreign interest as private accounts were net buyers to the tune of $13.4 billion following September's $23.2 billion inflow. These are very large readings for U.S. equities which helped offset selling in Treasuries and made for $7.5 billion of net inflow from foreign accounts. Adding to the headline inflow was selling of foreign securities by U.S. accounts, at a net $15.7 billion. U.S. accounts were sellers of foreign bonds but buyers of foreign equities.

These Treasury data track the flows of financial instruments into and out of the United States. Instruments tracked include Treasury securities, agency securities, corporate bonds, and corporate equities.  Why Investors Care

2017 Release Schedule
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