UC Berkeley and the Chicago Fed on securities finance conditions, asset prices and liquidity

A recent academic paper from Tomas Breach of UC Berkeley and Thomas B. King of the Chicago Fed looked at the relationship between bilateral securities financing activities, asset prices and liquidity. Their main data source was the Senior Credit Officer Opinion Survey (SCOOS) with additional market data and Fed filings included.
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