Fed May Tweak Excess Reserves Rate Again Before December Meeting
Watch for These Market Clues as the Fed Pushes on With Unwinding
Libor-OIS spread reached 60 basis points earlier this year, fueled by T-bill supply surge and concerns over US tax policy changes.
Global trade concerns could also sway risk appetite as U.S. President Donald Trump prepares to meet China’s Xi Jinping.
Demand for short-term cash could wreak havoc on rate policy.
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Americans have faced extremely low rates on their savings for years in wake of the Fed’s unprecedented crisis-era monetary easing.
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U.S. Treasury will sell a combined $145 billion of bills on Tuesday, which is $16 billion lesser than last week.
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