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Differences Between Treasury Bills, Notes, and Bonds
A nice explainer of the various types of common securities sold by the US Treasury. T-bills, T-notes, and T-bonds. Of course, all three are bonds.
t-bill  treasury  note  bond  explainer 
11 weeks ago by brentfarwick
Deripaska and Allies Could Benefit From Sanctions Deal, Document Shows - The New York Times
Once again, the Trump administration is caught lying about something related to Russia.
Russia  Treasury  Deripaska  Rusal  Sanctions 
january 2019 by Membranophonist
How Trump Radicalized ICE - The Atlantic
>>> ARCHIVED https://archive.is/y1WBd https://web.archive.org/web/20180806212352/https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2018/09/trump-ice/565772/

The culture of ice is defined by a bureaucratic caste system—the sort of hierarchical distinctions that seem arcane and petty from the outside, but are essential to those on the inside. When ice was created, 15 years ago, two distinct and disparate workforces merged into one. The Immigration part of the agency’s name refers mostly to deportation officers who came over from the freshly dismantled Immigration and Naturalization Service. The Customs part of the name refers to investigators imported from the Treasury Department. This was a shotgun marriage, filled with bickering and enmity from the start. The customs investigators had adored their old institutional home and the built-in respect it accorded them. They were given little warning before being moved to a new headquarters, with new supervisors, a nebulous mission, and colleagues they considered their professional inferiors. When I interviewed one of the customs investigators, who later had a top job at ice, he still referred to the “unfortunate events of March 1, 2003”—the day ice came into official existence. ...

There is arguably a certain institutional hauteur to HSI. “They think of themselves as aristocrats,” one former homeland-security official told me. Among other benefits, working for HSI brings the rank of “special agent”—what’s known in federal guidelines as 1811 status—which sets officers on the same level as FBI agents. Meanwhile, ERO officers carry an 1801 classification. This position typically comes with a less favorable pay scale and limited powers. For instance, these officers are not allowed to execute search warrants. ...

To coordinate ice Air requires a certain logistical genius, especially given the organization’s aim—familiar to anyone who relies on commercial air travel—of filling as many seats as possible on each of its flights. (To execute such deportations, ice Air prefers to charter its own flights; the agency tries to avoid placing deportees on commercial flights, because airlines won’t board a passenger who actively refuses to fly.) One former ice official recalls a conversation in which a colleague boasted of an especially complex deportation to Gaza, which required traversing the Sinai Peninsula. He said the agency has felt intense congressional pressure to demonstrate that no nationality, no matter how small its presence in the United States, is beyond its deportation capacity.
Franklin-Foer  DHS  Treasury  Donald-Trump  Airlines 
august 2018 by quant18

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