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Treasury Running Out of Cash, Announces 64-Day CMB In Addition To Usual Weekly Bill Offerings

Apparently seeing revenues falling well short of forecasts, the US Treasury today announced a surprise $20 billion Cash Management Bill (CMB). This bill was not included in the TBAC (Treasury Borrowing Advisory Committee)  forecast schedule posted just last week. The simultaneously announced regular 6 month bill was $1 billion above the TBAC forecast. Here are…

Bloody September

The following paragraphs are free excerpts from today’s Wall Street Examiner Professional Edition Treasury update. The subscriber link to the complete report is below. As I estimated last week, the Treasury needed more cash than originally scheduled, or originally forecast by the TBAC. It announced a big cash management bill on Monday, and another one…

The Next Day Of Infamy

The key liquidity indicators outside of the Fed itself, including commercial bank and foreign central bank purchases of Treasuries and Agencies, large domestic bank trading accounts of non fixed income assets, and equity mutual fund flows all remain weak. Only net cash flowing from money funds into the banking system is still in a bullish…

Government Heads For Budget Collapse

The US Treasury, running short of cash, announced a $15 billion, 6 day cash management bill to carry it through to June 15 tax collections and settlement of new notes and bonds. The government is massively overshooting Treasury Borrowing Advisory Committee (TBAC) borrowing estimates issued in May. As I pointed out in the Treasury update…