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Plumbing issues

17 September 2019 By John Foley

The U.S. Fed pumped in $53 bln to calm interbank lending after rates spiked. The movements were dramatic, but the many causes look mostly mundane. Banks might use the ructions to argue they deserve a regulatory break. Such ripples, though, can be tolerated, and may have to be.

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