Not that dramatic: repo spikes in Europe and the US were quick and understandable

End of year repo trading in both the US and Europe saw the same types of leaps in General Collateral (GC) rates backed by government collateral that we’ve seen before, with the US experiencing the biggest surge in years. That said, the regulatory and monetary policy reasons for the spikes in both regions are well known. Market participants relying on repo market stability including SOFR users have little to worry about.
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