US repo balance sheets tightened at end of June – what does that mean for the rest of 2024?

US bank balance sheet liquidity sneezed at the end of Q2 2024, resulting in a blip of higher overnight repo rates and an increase of $130 billion in the Fed’s Reverse Repo Facility (RRP). We review the data to see how much this matters and what will impact quarter ends in repo through the end of the year.
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