Do low US repo rates mean the Fed should increase asset purchases… or lay off? (Premium)

Low US repo rates for most of April and May, with a slight uptick only last week as some cash demand left the market, makes us wonder if the Federal Reserve has overdelivered on market support or conversely, hasn’t done enough. Here’s what the data suggest.
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