Market Liquidity Growth Slows, But Due To Temporary Factors

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Systemic liquidity growth slowed last week, but the slowing was due to temporary factors that should be out of the way after March. There’s still more than enough cash around to keep inflating stocks, but sentiment, and mechanical factors involving the ECBs LTRO repayments could keep Treasury prices under pressure.

Table of Contents

Macroliquidity Component Indicators
Treasury Auctions, Federal Revenues and Supply Impact, and Treasury Yields
Open Market Operations (OMO) and Monetary Policy Actions
Primary Dealers
Other Policy Tools and Total Fed Credit
Other Fed Balance Sheet Items – Liabilities
Bank Loans Outstanding
Foreign Central Banks
The Dollar
Commercial Paper
Fannie and Freddie
Money Supply and Fund Flows
Bank Holdings of Treasuries and Bank Condition
Commodities


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