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Nathan Tankus on the Fed and bank liquidity crisis

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Thread by @NathanTankus: "There was obviously a ton of discussion of liquidity this week after repo rates rose a lot and the Fed conducted thcale repurchase agreements since the Great Financial Crisis. To explain what’s happening, we need to properly […]" https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1174992669040422912.html

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Thread by @NathanTankus: "There was obviously a ton of discussion of liquidity this week after repo rates rose a lot and the Fed conducted thcale repurchase agreements since the Great Financial Crisis. To explain what’s happening, we need to properly […]"

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