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Are more treasuries gonna get shaken loose?

General - 24 March 2021

A supplementary leverage ratio is Tier 1 capital for banks over total leverage exposure. In 2020, the US Federal Reserve gave American banks a temporary relief that is due to expire shortly. With government bond yields rising in the US, and global equity markets jittery, does this need to be extended or not? And if not, could it be a portend for a collapse in Treasury holdings by commercial banks? Top risk analyst Andrew Kinsey gives you the analytical lowdown in “Are more treasuries gonna get shaken loose?”.

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