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Cicchetti, Paul and Dale, Charles and Vignola, Anthony (1981): Usefulness of Treasury Bill Futures as Hedging Instruments. Published in: Journal of Futures Markets , Vol. 1, No. 3 (1981): pp. 379-387.

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Dale, Charles and Workman, Rosemarie (1980): The arc sine law and the treasury bill futures market. Published in: Financial Analysts Journal , Vol. 36, No. No. 6 (November 1980): pp. 71-74.

Dale, Charles and Workman, Rosemarie (1981): Measuring patterns of price movements in the Treasury bill futures market. Published in: Journal of Economics and Business , Vol. 33(2), No. Winter (1981): pp. 81-87.

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Kitchen, John and Chinn, Menzie (2010): Financing U.S. debt: Is there enough money in the world – and at what cost?

Kitchen, John and Monaco, Ralph (2003): Real-Time Forecasting in Practice: The U.S. Treasury Staff's Real-Time GDP Forecast System. Published in: Business Economics , Vol. 38, No. 4 (October 2003): pp. 10-19.

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Vignola, Anthony and Dale, Charles (1979): Is the Futures Market for Treasury Bills Efficient? Published in: The Journal of Portfolio Management , Vol. 5, (1979): pp. 78-81.

Vignola, Anthony and Dale, Charles (1980): The Efficiency of the Treasury Bill Futures Market: An Analysis of Alternative Specifications. Published in: Journal of Financial Research , Vol. 3, No. 2 (1980): pp. 169-188.

Vignola, Anthony and Dale, Charles and Federal Reserve System, Federal Reserve Staffs (1979): Treasury/Federal Reserve Study of Treasury Futures Markets Volume I: Summary and Recommendations.

Vignola, Anthony and Dale, Charles and Federal Reserve System, Federal Reserve Staffs (1979): Treasury/Federal Reserve Study of Treasury Futures Markets Volume II: A Study by the Staffs of the U.S. Treasury and Federal Reserve System. Published in:

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