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US Federal Reserve latest H3 report - Non borrowed reserves increased by a factor of three. 617 billion dollars in the negative.

 
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US Federal Reserve latest H3 report - Non borrowed reserves increased by a factor of three. 617 billion dollars in the negative.
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The bigger the bubble the harder the fall will be.
The second column non borrowed reserves is now 17X what was traditionally accepted as the normal amount. Yet again proof the MSM is asleep at the wheel or a part of the consipracy.
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[link to www.federalreserve.gov]

The bigger the bubble the harder the fall will be.
The second column non borrowed reserves is now 17X what was traditionally accepted as the normal amount. Yet again proof the MSM is asleep at the wheel or a part of the consipracy.
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MSM is part of the conspiracy. MSM is CFR/Trilateralist. It is the CFR/Trilateralists who did 911/WTC and are killing the American economic system for their disgusting FASCIST NWO.

Arm yourselves. The time is coming.
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Dumb questions, if the non-borrowed reserves are in negative territory, then what has increased by that amount?

Why would it go negative vs. staying at zero while the "borrowers" made gains?
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[link to www.federalreserve.gov]

The bigger the bubble the harder the fall will be.
The second column non borrowed reserves is now 17X what was traditionally accepted as the normal amount. Yet again proof the MSM is asleep at the wheel or a part of the consipracy.


MSM is part of the conspiracy. MSM is CFR/Trilateralist. It is the CFR/Trilateralists who did 911/WTC and are killing the American economic system for their disgusting FASCIST NWO.

Arm yourselves. The time is coming.
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Time is short.
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Dumb questions, if the non-borrowed reserves are in negative territory, then what has increased by that amount?

Why would it go negative vs. staying at zero while the "borrowers" made gains?
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the bank's non-borrowed reserves started to move to negative territory just after the new FASB mark-to-market regs went ino force in Nov 2007.

the 617 billion number reflects these impaired assets.
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Re: US Federal Reserve latest H3 report - Non borrowed reserves increased by a factor of three. 617 billion dollars in the negative.
What this means is that the Fed has 'promised' to its customers (main banks and recently investment banks) 617 billion dollars more than what they have on hand. This really paints the true picture of the liquidity crisis.

It means dollars are very scarce and becoming even more so acoording to this data. I have been spending my savings that is in the bank (supposedly) on all kinds of home improvement projects while the dollar still has spending value. I see no reason to hold onto a currency that will effectively be worthless in the near term. If you have your preps in order and still have cash in the bank spend it while you still can. The day of reckoning is closer than most peope think.
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Apparently, it is also the dollar that is out of hand.
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Dumb questions, if the non-borrowed reserves are in negative territory, then what has increased by that amount?

Why would it go negative vs. staying at zero while the "borrowers" made gains?
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It means the money meant to be held as "reserve" is actually now a negative number - a debt. There is no "federal reserve" anymore, there is a federal bank with a serious liquidity problem.
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Re: US Federal Reserve latest H3 report - Non borrowed reserves increased by a factor of three. 617 billion dollars in the negative.
The nonborrowed reserves number is reported in millions
of dollars. That means you add 6 zeros to the number reported.SO the last reported nonborrowed reserve figure
is negative $61,787,000,000, i.e. almost - 62 billion dollars,
not - 617 billion dollars.
It still reflects a huge ramp up in the money supply, just not yet as severe as you reported.
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Re: US Federal Reserve latest H3 report - Non borrowed reserves increased by a factor of three. 617 billion dollars in the negative.
The nonborrowed reserves number is reported in millions
of dollars. That means you add 6 zeros to the number reported.SO the last reported nonborrowed reserve figure
is negative $61,787,000,000, i.e. almost - 62 billion dollars,
not - 617 billion dollars.
It still reflects a huge ramp up in the money supply, just not yet as severe as you reported.
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You right but when typically the Central Bank is holding 40 biilion in reserve and now is negative 62 billion in reserves that is a difference of 102 billion dollars.

So in span of a little over 3 months there has been a liquity crunch that required the central bank to pump out 100 billion dollars in to the market. Yet lending is still tight. I do not believe that there is any intend by the borrowers to lend out this money. Shoreing up weak balance sheets to ensure that quarterly yields come in close to analyst forecasts is what the money is really doing.

With all that said: How much money is it going to take to shore up balance sheets and then have some left over to loan to businesses, idividuals, ect?
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Astonishing! Bump this thread to the top and pin it!
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Re: US Federal Reserve latest H3 report - Non borrowed reserves increased by a factor of three. 617 billion dollars in the negative.
The nonborrowed reserves number is reported in millions
of dollars. That means you add 6 zeros to the number reported.SO the last reported nonborrowed reserve figure
is negative $61,787,000,000, i.e. almost - 62 billion dollars,
not - 617 billion dollars.
It still reflects a huge ramp up in the money supply, just not yet as severe as you reported.


You right but when typically the Central Bank is holding 40 biilion in reserve and now is negative 62 billion in reserves that is a difference of 102 billion dollars.

So in span of a little over 3 months there has been a liquity crunch that required the central bank to pump out 100 billion dollars in to the market. Yet lending is still tight. I do not believe that there is any intend by the borrowers to lend out this money. Shoreing up weak balance sheets to ensure that quarterly yields come in close to analyst forecasts is what the money is really doing.

With all that said: How much money is it going to take to shore up balance sheets and then have some left over to loan to businesses, idividuals, ect?
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No one knows how much additional Fed "bailout" money will
be needed, but considering that there are massive amounts of toxic Alt-A mortgages ,(Lehman Bros.), due to reset this summer, and OTC derivatives of $600 Trillion dollars worldwide,of which $45 Trillion dollars are credit default swaps...considering the interest rate sensitivity and counterparty risk involved... I suspect that the Fed Bailout Machine is just warming up.I hope the Fed is successful in their "rescue" of the US and global financial system,because if they are not successful, the outcome is just too horrific to even imagine...CHAOS !!!

Nevertheless, even if they are successful in "patching it up" with the massive liquidity injections, there still will be major consequences in the form of $US dollar devaluation
and inflation in prices, that will cause immense misery for those who are unprepared.
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now over 90 billion in latest release.
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They pump up the market, and then the need to print more dollars becomes a necessity to bring their on paper projections into reality. The masses then pay for this via inflation, while the banks set up another round of projections to prepare the investors to move their money to take advantage of the next scam, which the tax payers will again bail out if the investors take too long shifting their nest eggs. While the price of commodities have no price ceiling this will continue indefinitely until the masses start rioting and a whole mess of folks die, then they can reset the market to take advantage of the chaos, repossessing everything at rock bottom prices while the starving masses trade everything they can to get into a Fema camp to get a meal.
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Re: US Federal Reserve latest H3 report - Non borrowed reserves increased by a factor of three. 617 billion dollars in the negative.
Dumb questions, if the non-borrowed reserves are in negative territory, then what has increased by that amount?

Why would it go negative vs. staying at zero while the "borrowers" made gains?
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I think that legislation just went throught that allows the US Treasury to buffer the Fed. So the citizenry is propping up the bank. That is, I speculate, why it is no longer in the 'red.'

I understand that other countries have been "decoupling" their US debt, and I assume that means that they are calling in our debt to them and the Fed has paid out. China has held a lot of our debt and I think they are calling it in. The Fed has run out of money to pay their debt and so we have to subsidize them. Great strategy, eh?
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Also, it should take about a year for all of this to catch up to the prices in the economy. We are now feeling the effects of the gas increases of a year or so ago with the inflation that has hit our groceries (especially).
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Re: US Federal Reserve latest H3 report - Non borrowed reserves increased by a factor of three. 617 billion dollars in the negative.
Ok so they "print" the money to pay off debts gone bad.

Is that a default by the lender?

A borrower default throws real property onto the market. So a lender default throws cash onto the market. Here we have the Titans inflation and deflation at work. Rock and a hard place doing The Grind.


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