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.

Light Treasury Supply and Money Printing ContinueTo Keep Markets Bid

The US Treasury continues to reduce. Light net new supply met Fed MBS purchase settlements last week, helping to keep a bid under both stocks and bonds. Meanwhile banks have been selling or redeeming Treasuries, boosting their cash levels after the big Treasury paydowns in June. The message the data is sending remains consistent with…

Treasury Hoards Cash (Why?) As Tax Revenues Soar

Withholding tax collections weakened last week, which has implications for July nonfarm payrolls, but remained in the same narrow range of 5-6% annual nominal growth they have been in since April. The Treasury continues to build and hold record levels of cash instead of increasing spending. Download this report for all the details, charts, and analysis…

Light Treasury Supply is Boosting Liquidity Available For “Risk Back On” Trade

The US Treasury continues to reduce supply. Light net new supply meets Fed MBS purchase settlements this week. Meanwhile banks have been selling or redeeming Treasuries, boosting their cash levels after the big Treasury paydowns in June. Primary Dealers are steadily reducing bond positions and Foreign Central Banks have converted some of their Treasury holdings…

Why Is US Treasury Hoarding Cash From Blockbuster Tax Collections?

The US Treasury continues to see strong growth in tax collections, but instead of reducing debt offerings commensurately it has been building an immense stash of cash. Does the government know something we don’t? Maybe. Two key line items in the month end totals from the Daily Treasury Statement have been slowing for the past…