Three lessons learned and the data from US repo in the last days of 2019 (Premium)

Year end 2019 in the US repo markets were notably calm due to the heavy dose of liquidity promised by the Federal Reserve. The sky didn’t fall, no crisis happened and both big banks and smaller dealers appeared to have ample liquidity. We learned some important lessons all the same. Here are our top three, along with data on the turn.
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