China and Japan together hold 35% of US Treasuries outstanding but that figure is decreasing, and there are no big buyers stepping up to take their place. A lack of buyers for US Treasuries means higher borrowing costs. Time to buckle up.
Cleared repo is growing but rates remain about the same as in the bilateral market. How long will money funds accept this status quo? Or, how long can big cash borrowers make no effort to reflect their balance sheet improvement?
This event is the result of our in-depth research and consulting activities in Europe showing that buy-side firms in particular are ready for a focused conversation about market opportunities. Here's our plan.
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