Fannie Mae's Discount Notes and Benchmark Bills are unsecured general obligations that are issued in book-entry form through the U.S. Federal Reserve Banks. Discount Notes and Benchmark Bills have maturities ranging from overnight to 360 days from the date of issuance, and are issued in minimum denominations of $1,000 and increments of $1,000. There are no periodic payments of interest on Discount Notes and Benchmark Bills. They are sold at a discount from the principal amount and mature at par.
The Schedule of Discount Notes and Benchmark Bills Maturities is a 12 month rolling schedule starting in the current month. The schedule is updated weekly, every Monday morning. The par amount is in millions, and the schedule shows the day, CUSIP, amount, and a monthly total at the bottom of each page.
|SCHEDULE OF DISCOUNT NOTE MATURITIES|
Page last updated: 10/26/12