Analysis of the Fed’s decision to exempt US Treasuries from the Supplementary Leverage Ratio

The Fed announced today a major change in the calculation of the Supplementary Leverage Ratio, allowing US regulated banks to exempt US Treasuries in the denominator of the formula through March 31, 2021. This should serve to ease liquidity constraints in the US Treasury market but comes with its own set of consequences across political, moral and financial stability lines.
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