The composite liquidity indicator rose sharply again last week as the Fed bought Treasuries and settled MBS purchases. The uptrend in market liquidity is getting steeper and will continue to do so as a result of the Fed pumping cash into the financial markets. Most of the lesser weighted components have had and should continue to have sympathetic upmoves as Fed cash flows through the system. Stocks should continue to oscillate along this upward wave.
Table of Contents
Macroliquidity Component Indicators
Compendium of Updates
Treasury Auctions, Federal Revenues and Supply Impact, and Treasury Yields
Open Market Operations (OMO) and Monetary Policy Actions
Fed Funds Rate
Other Policy Tools and Total Fed Credit
Other Fed Balance Sheet Items – Liabilities
Bank Loans Outstanding
Foreign Central Banks
Fannie and Freddie
Money Supply and Fund Flows
Bank Holdings of Treasuries and Bank Condition
Composite Liquidity Indicator
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