Testing the correlation between SOFR and US Treasury rates (Premium)

If UST repo is competing with the supply of US Treasuries for cash investors, then higher UST rates should mean that repo cash providers have to provide higher rates, right? And that means SOFR would be higher. We tested this idea with publicly available data. Our conclusions aren’t as linear as the theory would suggest.
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