The equity markets have rebounded sharply since hitting that 1814 low in the S&P 500. Which, we pointed out within an hour of it's happening. The S&P is trading above 1900 this morning and has rallied nearly 5% since that point. Below I will show the three Federal Reserve Charts I pointed out the other day.
We can see the St. Louis Monetary has rebounded from the low set at the beginning of the month.
The Reverse Repo market also appears to have normalized again.
Finally, the Reserve balances with Federal Reserve Banks has also been increasing.
Upon the new data's publication I will update these three charts. I think it is important to watch them.
I know there has been a lot of talk recently from central banks around the world that would seem to show help is on the way. I suspect that same tone will come from the Fed next week as well at after the FOMC meeting.
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