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The financing markets that help ease most U.S. debt trading are showing signs of stabilizing after shrinking by almost 50 percent since the financial crisis.

The amount, known as shadow banking, was US$4.124 trillion in February and averaged $4.139 trillion over the past three months, according to data compiled by the Center for Financial Stability, a nonpartisan research group. The measure, which includes money-market funds, repurchase agreements, and commercial paper, all adjusted for inflation, peaked at $7.61 trillion in March 2008.

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