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Throughout 2019, banks’ end-of-quarter tidying of their balance sheets has resulted in spikes in the U.S. overnight repurchase agreement (repo) rates. This volatility has set the market on edge. The Federal Reserve stepped in, with traders injecting cash into U.S. money markets. As a result, the last day of the third quarter (Monday) was relatively uneventful in the repo market.

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