Fed Shed: Balance Sheet Down $245 Billion Since September ’17

By Anthony B. Sanders

10-Year T-Note Yield UP From 2.06% To 2.90%

The Fed’s Quantitative Tightening (aka, Fed Shed) has resulted in a decline of their balance sheet of $245 BILLION since September 2017, about one ago.


And the 10-year Treasury Note yield has climbed from 2.06% in September 2017 to 2.90% today.

Shedding Dog

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