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March 1:

  • 1957 - Standard & Poor's Corporation (Standard Statistics Company merged with Poor's Publishing in 1941) introduced S&P 500 Index (with daily estimates), as a representative sample of 500 leading companies in leading industries of U.S. economy. Source: Business History.
  • 1993 - US Treasury auctions: The Uniform Offering Circular (UOC) became effective. The circular consolidated into one document the terms and conditions for the sale of marketable Treasury securities which previously were found in a variety of documents. Source: Timeline of U.S. Treasury Auctions
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