Wednesday, December 16, 2009


From FED:

In light of ongoing improvements in the functioning of financial markets, the Committee and the Board of Governors anticipate that most of the Federal Reserve’s special liquidity facilities will expire on February 1, 2010, consistent with the Federal Reserve’s announcement of June 25, 2009. These facilities include the Asset-Backed Commercial Paper Money Market Mutual Fund Liquidity Facility, the Commercial Paper Funding Facility, the Primary Dealer Credit Facility, and the Term Securities Lending Facility. The Federal Reserve will also be working with its central bank counterparties to close its temporary liquidity swap arrangements by February 1.

Steve---so maybe the game it...stuff starts blowing up next January....and then to roust support for a new round of bailout money....the Feb 1 deadline is touted.    

As per "nummy" comment...I guess we have to expect range bound until it is not.

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