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The new asset change was -$73B week over week. The balance sheet gets smaller for a fourth consecutive week.
The Fed bought $15B in US Treasuries last week.
The Fed sold $32B in MBS last week
The Fed returned $49B in foreign currency to foreign central banks under the Central Bank Liquidity Swap Mechanism
The ECB balance sheet is now 52.8% of GDP!!! 6.2 trillion euro.
It started the year at 39.4%, 4.6 trillion.
Fed is 32.6% of GDP. pic.twitter.com/eAXyEYMURz
— Daniel Lacalle (@dlacalle_IA) July 3, 2020