No amount of adjustments to Treasury market structure solves for ineffective public policy

The Group of 30 report on the US Treasury market is focused on increasing capacity for credit intermediation in both the cash and repo markets. The report is mostly fine: there are recommendations that most can support and some that are less robust. More broadly though, the report is working to fix problems that originate elsewhere; these problems should be solved where they started.
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