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Introducing the Composite Liquidity Indicator

We still have a month of QE to look forward to and as long as that cash is flowing the markets will see a bid. In the meantime other key indicators are turning more bearish, including large domestic bank trading accounts, bank purchases of Treasuries and Agencies, and foreign central bank purchases of Treasuries and Agencies. Flows from money market funds to bank accounts are in a holding pattern, but still bullish overall. The new Composite Liquidity indicator is still bullish, but with diminishing returns.

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