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US Economy (EoD Review) : Sentiment upscaled again, S&P jittery at the peak

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Mt. 14K is no tuntil December, and that is the only comfort one can draw from this week as the Consumer Comfort index kept creeping up and the January credit figures still at near all time highs led by auto loans. Liquidity kept shrinking from a very wide base of two weeks ago, by a minimal $3.7 bln lower on M2 in circulation

The Fed Balance sheet shrunk a hemorrhagic $41 bln in the week accounted by the better LTRO fueled European conditions leading to the shrinking Central Bank Swaps. Foreign Assets actually grew by a couple of billion dollars as the Fed closed its Balance sheet at $2.89 tln

Natural Gas reserves were down another 80tcf, less than the expected 85 tcf

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This entry was posted on March 8, 2012 by in Amitonomics, US and tagged , , , , , , .

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