Repos at $0. SPVs fell for sixth week. Dollar liquidity swaps fell for 9th week. MBS unchanged for 3rd week. Treasuries rose.
“We’re not even thinking about thinking about” slowing the decline of the dollar’s purchasing power — and thereby labor’s purchasing power.
Here are the details on its purchases and holdings in July.
Repos are gone. Dollar liquidity swaps dropped further. SPVs fell to lowest since June 17. MBS dropped by $37 billion. Treasuries rose.
Repos zilch, gone. Dollar liquidity swaps on their way out. SPVs flat for five weeks, but composition is changing. Treasuries edged up by smallest amount all year. MBS rose.
Repos & dollar liquidity swaps on their way out. SPVs declined. Hardly bought any corporate bonds & ETFs. MBS flat. Treasuries ticked up.
Fed shifts to propping up consumption by businesses and governments, and away from propping up asset prices.
Here are the 84 companies whose bonds the Fed bought, and the 16 bond ETFs it now holds.
Fed leads in trimming its balance sheet; Now Bank of England governor publishes the reasoning for central banks to shed assets – before raising interest rates. A big shift!
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