Reverse Repo Closes, Whopping $2.2 Billion In Liquidity Taken Out Of Market

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Today's TOMO has closed, with the Fed conducting a whopping $2.180 billion reverse repo, easily the biggest operation of this nature since 2009, when the Fed commenced comparable liquidity extracting tests. The TOMO consisted of $770 million in Treasury, $710 million in Agency and $700 million in MBS being use a reverse repo collateral, paying 0.09%, 0.1% and 0.14% respectively to the banks involved, undoing the entire $1.6 billion TIPS POMO conducted earlier. It seems that Fed is doing all it can to telegraph that this time it really is done with QE2. In other words 2011 is not 2010, when this movie ran the last time around...