This week's slew of Treasury auctions should be absorbed without much difficulty since hopes for another easing in Fed monetary policy will make the short-term paper more attractive to investors, traders and analysts said last week.

This week's $55 billion of supply is all at the short end. The long-term securities to be sold at the quarterly refunding in early August are likely to prove troublesome for the market, traders said.

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