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Treasury takes in $53 billion in December

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The U.S. Treasury posted a surplus in December, thanks partly to payments from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. The Bureau of the Fiscal Service reported Monday that the U.S. government took in $53.2 billion in December, following a $1.2 billion deficit in December 2012. Over the first three months of fiscal 2014, the government has run a $174.6 billion deficit, a 40 percent decrease from the year...

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