Liquidity Trader Pro Complete

Reports on the Fed and Treasury, primary dealers, foreign central banks, money market and mutual fund flows, and other factors that affect market liquidity. Includes all reports from Federal Revenues Pro Trader, Macroliquidity Pro Trader, and Treasury Supply and Demand Pro Trader. Click here to subscribe. Subscribers, click the post headline to access reports.

Record Light Treasury Supply, But How Long Will That Last?

Treasuries rallied last week, helped by light supply and increases in buying by Primary Dealers, commercial banks, and foreign central banks. Primary dealer Treasury coupon positions reached their highest net long level since April 2014. The upturns in bank buying and FCB buying in recent weeks had appeared to signal that they were entering the…

Watch This Amazing Chart Show Fed Funds Disappear In A Raging Credit Bubble

Interbank Fed Funds and RRP

This is an excerpt from part 2 of the weekly MacroLiquidity Report for Macroliquidity Pro Trader and Macroliquidity Monthly Investor subscribers (subscriber download links).  Bank loans and US money supply continue to soar as banks lend more, and cash created by the BoJ and ECB flows into the US markets and US banks. The credit…

Forces Of Macroliquidity Rose Slightly Last Week

The Composite Liquidity Indicator has been virtually flat in recent weeks, barely edging higher to challenge the high set in January. Stock prices have mimicked the rangebound pattern. Download this report to view summaries and charts of the performance of the indicator and its components, along with tracking the balance sheets of the Fed, ECB,…

Markets Could Get Boost from Light Treasury Supply As Bank and Foreign Central Bank Demand Pick Up

The US Treasury completed the settlement of  its biggest slug of supply in a while on Thursday and Friday, and the markets yawned. Stocks saw minor pressure. Bonds were firm, as they have been for the past 2 weeks. Download this report to learn what may be behind that and what to look for in…

Federal Withholding Tax Collections Are Plunging

Withholding tax collections have weakened in July, breaking down from the narrow range of 5-6% annual nominal growth they had been in throughout the second quarter. The nominal growth rate declined to +2.4% this week, which is near or below zero growth in real terms, depending on what you believe the inflation rate to be.…

Will A Bear Market By Proxy Roll Out of China?

Macro Liquidity

The Composite Liquidity Indicator has been flat in recent weeks as it skirts the high set in January. Stock prices have mimicked that rangebound pattern with a temporary blip to the downside interjected last week.  The index is moving toward its 39 week moving average. The Fed has committed to “normalize” its balance sheet. While…