Fannie Mae has created a calendar for its 2000 debt issuance program, and its securities may now be on their way to becoming a benchmark at the expense of Treasurys.

The calendar is the first time Fannie Mae has placed its benchmark notes and bonds on a fixed-schedule. The company hopes that by doing so, it will give investors the chance to develop strategies to incorporate Fannie Mae securities into their portfolios.

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