The TED spread - the indicator of money-managers credit stress - dropped below 30 basis points...


The TED spread - the indicator of money-managers credit stress - dropped below 30 basis points for the first time since March 2007. The spread, which marks the difference between what banks and the Treasury pay to borrow for three months, narrowed to 29.4 bp and peaked last October at 464 bp.

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