There's a less dovish view getting louder at the Fed. Here's what investors should expect today.
The NY branch of the Federal Reserve added a further $75 billion in cash to clogged bank lending markers Friday, taking its four-day total to just over $275 billion, as investors continue to debate the causes of this week's spike in short-term borrowing costs.
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The New York branch of the U.S. Federal Reserve ran its third consecutive cash injection into Wall Street's funding markets Thursday, adding to the $128 billion it has pumped in so far, following yesterday's move to lower benchmark borrowing costs.
The Fed as a group isn't completely sold on another cut yet.
The New York branch of the U.S. Federal Reserve will step in and offer billions more in liquidity to gummed-up intrabank lending markets Wednesday, following the first intervention in more than a decade only yesterday, as a worrying spike in overnight borrowing costs continues to perplex investors and complicate today's Fed rate decision.