Demand wanes for NY Fed repo operations

The New York Fed

Demand appears to be waning for the additional repo operations conducted by the New York Fed in the wake of last week’s secured funding market turbulence.

In a sign that conditions may be settling down, a 14-day term repo operation received bids for $49 billion today (September 27), against $60 billion on offer, the first time the term repos have been undersubscribed since the New York Fed began offering them on September 24.

Demand for overnight operations has also been falling rapidly. The

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