Bid-ask quotes, Financial Management

As the cash manager of your company, you wish to buy $1,000,000 in 30-day Treasury bills. You obtain the following bid/ask quotes from three dealers:

                              Bid                  Ask
Dealer A               3.01                 3.00
Dealer B                3.02                 3.01
Dealer C                2.99                 2.98

Which dealer should be selected? State the appropriate quote and calculate the price.

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