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Thu Nov 7, 2019, 04:12 PM

New York Fed Adds $115.14 Billion in Short-Term Liquidity to Markets

Additions include $80.14 billion in overnight repurchase agreement and $35 billion 14-day repo

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York building PHOTO: EDUARDO MUNOZ/REUTERS
By Michael S. Derby
Nov. 7, 2019 10:44 am ET

The New York Fed added $115.14 billion to financial markets via temporary operations on Thursday.

The liquidity additions came in two parts. One was an overnight repurchase agreement with eligible banks totaling $80.14 billion, and the other was via a $35 billion 14-day repo. Eligible banks didn’t take all the liquidity offered by the Fed in the one-day operations, but in submitting $41.15 billion in Treasurys and mortgages for the latter operation, their interest in securing liquidity exceeded what the Fed was willing to provide on Thursday.

Fed repo interventions take in Treasury and mortgage securities from eligible banks in what is effectively a short-term loan of central-bank cash, collateralized by the bonds. The Fed’s injections are aimed at ensuring that the financial system has enough liquidity and that short-term borrowing rates remain well-behaved.

Recent Fed market interventions aren’t designed to serve as stimulus. While the sizes of recent operations are large, the practice of adding and subtracting liquidity from short-term markets to manage short-term interest rates goes back decades. The Fed is also buying Treasury bills to increase the size of its balance sheet and to add permanent liquidity to the financial system, and it hopes that effort will reduce the need for large temporary interventions.

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Response to RCW2014 (Original post)

Thu Nov 7, 2019, 06:57 PM

1. Tick tock what?

That's what the Federal Reserve banks do - lend money to member banks.

Sounds like you don't know that.

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Fri Nov 8, 2019, 01:50 PM

2. Short term? When do they give it back?

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