‘We Could See Volatility’: Expiration Of SLR Relief Haunts Strategists

‘We Could See Volatility’: Expiration Of SLR Relief Haunts Strategists

Not everyone is particularly sanguine about the Fed's decision to allow supplementary leverage ratio exclusions to expire as scheduled at the end of the month. This was a hot-button issue already. It scarcely needed to be further dramatized. In that respect, the timing of the recent Treasury selloff left something to be desired. The backup in rates and last month's disastrous seven-year auction threw the SLR debate into stark relief. By the time Jerome Powell took questions after the March FOMC
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