Is it interesting that the Fed reduced its balance sheet and the stock market declined? Is it interesting that every single action the Fed has taken since the Financial Crisis has been looked at with fine detail, and has had a major impact on financial markets, reverberating for years afterward? Or is it now understood that the Fed is everything and we should just hope they will print until we achieve fiat confetti?
Assets: Total Assets: Total Assets (Less Eliminations from Consolidation): Wednesday Level (WALCL) | FRED | St. Louis Fed
(14) Sven Henrich on Twitter: “Fact: The S&P 500 peaked on June 8th during the same week when the Fed’s balance sheet peaked. t.co/8w1yAigezB” / Twitter
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FRB: H.4.1 Release–Factors Affecting Reserve Balances– June 25, 2020
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Fed puts restrictions on bank dividends after test finds some banks could be stressed in pandemic
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