A debt ceiling deal has been done. While it’s only for 3 months, it means that the Treasury can resume borrowing without restriction. An increase in borrowing will be needed to repay internal funds that the Treasury has raided since the debt ceiling was imposed back in March. Additional borrowing will also be needed to return Treasury cash to the level recommended by the TBAC, which is $500 billion.
Meanwhile, demand is falling.
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