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US Treasury Admits Collateral Problem In Bond Market; Considers Issuing...

•, Tyler Durden

We noted yesterday once again that The Fed was out en masse demanding investors sell their bonds because "bonds are in a bubble" but not stocks. The reason - as we have explained in great detail - is the repo market is broken due to massive collateral shortages (thanks to the Fed). Today, the Fed admitted it has a problem...

  • The tongue in cheek message of course is that the Treasury wants to know why all the dealers continue to be so short bonds (even as it urges 'investors' to sell). Furthermore, it is surveying dealers over the need to issue bonds of greater maturity than 30 years in order to fulfill collateral needs.

    Via Bloomberg

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