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A Loud Scratching Sound Disorients Stock Market In Spite of Rising Liquidity

The broken record report hasn’t changed much this week. The Fed and BoJ money printing operations along with capital flight out of troubled regions of the world into the US continue to keep the US Treasury market levitated, but stocks fell out of favor, causing a loud scratching sound.

Table of Contents

Macroliquidity Component Indicators
Fed Cash to Primary Dealers
Foreign central bank purchases
US commercial bank deposit flows
Bank Treasury purchases
Bank Trading Accounts
Bank reserve deposits
Commodities
Treasury Auctions, Federal Revenues and Supply Impact, and Treasury Yields
Open Market Operations (OMO) and Monetary Policy Actions
Primary Dealers
Other Policy Tools and Total Fed Credit
Other Fed Balance Sheet Items – Liabilities
Bank Loans Outstanding
Foreign Central Bank Treasury Holdings
Fed, ECB, and BoJ Balance Sheets, Vs. US Stocks and Bonds
The Dollar
Commercial Paper
Fannie and Freddie
Money Supply and Fund Flows
Bank Holdings of Treasuries
Bank Capital Trend

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