Primary Dealers began to sharply pare back their long Treasury positions in November. They had boxed themselves in with record long positions during preceding months. They were on the wrong side of the market in the third quarter, as bond prices have since fallen sharply and bond yields have risen sharply. Here’s what it means, along with a rundown of other key liquidity indicators for the Treasury market and stocks.
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