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The Treasury Statement is a monthly report issued by the U.S. Department of the Treasury that provides detailed information on the federal government's receipts and outlays for a given month. It includes data on tax revenues, federal spending, and the status of the federal debt.

The Treasury Statement is closely watched by economists, policymakers, and investors, as it provides important insights into the health of the U.S. economy and the government's fiscal position. In particular, the report provides information on the government's cash balance and borrowing needs, which can have an impact on interest rates and financial markets.

The Treasury Statement is typically released about 10 days after the end of the reporting month, and is available on the Treasury Department's website. The report includes a detailed breakdown of revenues and expenditures by category, as well as information on the status of various government trust funds, such as Social Security and Medicare.

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