Excess Reserves Declining
Wall Street Pit Keep this one on your radar. Excess reserves of depository institutions are beginning to decline, down $183 billion, or 11.3 percent, from their peak in November 2011 This is where much of the Fed’s money printing or balance sheet expansion has gone since the beginning of the financial crisis. The Fed injects liquidity through [...] View the full post at: Excess Reserves Declining Related posts: Would a Trade War Help Solve the Problem of Excess Capacity? China: Rising domestic demand? Declining domestic demand? Balance-Sheet Structure: The Main Cause of Financial Contagion
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