Another $4 Billion Of Treasury Notes on Fed’s Balance Sheet Mature (Another Note Bites The Dust!)

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According to The Fed’s The System Open Market Account (SOMA), a little over $4 billion of Treasury Notes has bit the dust reducing the Fed SOMA T-Notes and T-Bond balance to  $2,286,512,380.60 (or $2.286 trillion).


Another note bites the dust!

I think I am going to laze on this coming Sunday afternoon..

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