A key short term lending market came under strain in September, raising concerns that the Federal Reserve's attempt to unwind post-financial crisis intervention may have gone too far. The FT's Joe Rennison explains what has been going on in the repo market.
How the Federal Reserve could fix the repo market:
Fed wrestles with role of regulation in repo squeeze:
New York Fed rejects Wall St criticism of response to repo turmoil:
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