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Open Market Operations

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Open Market Operations And Statistics





Zero Hedge presents its statistical findings regarding US Treasury Auctions and Permanent Open Market Operations

 
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Federal Reserve Open Market Operations: June 12





The chart below indicates the Fed's YTD open market treasury purchases. Roughly $32 billion in bonds/bills has been bought since the last update 2 weeks ago. The chart below can be traced back the Federal Reserve of New York's website here.

 
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Federal Reserve Open Market Operations: June 12





The chart below indicates the Fed's YTD open market treasury purchases. Roughly $32 billion in bonds/bills has been bought since the last update 2 weeks ago. The chart below can be traced back the Federal Reserve of New York's website here.

 
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The Federal Reserve's Open Market Operations





As recently many questions have arisen as to the involvement of the Federal Reserve in bond (and other) markets, I present the data provided by the Federal Reserve of New York regarding the Fed's Open Market Operations. The charts below summarize the individual (single-serving if you will) and cumulative purchases across both Treasuries and Agencies. In a nutshell, for 2009, the Fed has purchased $131 billion Treasuries and $63.8 billion Agencies.

 
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The Federal Reserve's Open Market Operations





As recently many questions have arisen as to the involvement of the Federal Reserve in bond (and other) markets, I present the data provided by the Federal Reserve of New York regarding the Fed's Open Market Operations. The charts below summarize the individual (single-serving if you will) and cumulative purchases across both Treasuries and Agencies. In a nutshell, for 2009, the Fed has purchased $131 billion Treasuries and $63.8 billion Agencies.

 
Tyler Durden's picture

The Federal Reserve's Open Market Operations





As recently many questions have arisen as to the involvement of the Federal Reserve in bond (and other) markets, I present the data provided by the Federal Reserve of New York regarding the Fed's Open Market Operations. The charts below summarize the individual (single-serving if you will) and cumulative purchases across both Treasuries and Agencies. In a nutshell, for 2009, the Fed has purchased $131 billion Treasuries and $63.8 billion Agencies.

 
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