If the Federal Reserve's recent repo market interventions fail to deliver liquidity to where it is needed, it could need to relax some of the regulatory reforms introduced after the 2008 financial crisis. But in doing so, writes Telis Demos, the Fed must balance not only demand for more liquidity but also the need to avoid excess bank leverage while protecting the interests of investors.
Analysis: The Fed's liquidity balancing act
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