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Flow of Funds Analysis - Big Declines in Credit Market Debt (Except for Government)

Thursday, September 17, 2009, 1:52 PM
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The Flow of Funds report, covering the second quarter of 2009 (through June), was released today by the Federal Reserve.  It revealed yet another retreat in total credit, despite the heroic levels of state and federal government borrowing.

One of the better windows available into the macro credit and borrowing universe is a quarterly report put out by the Federal Reserve called the "Flow of Funds" report.   While it is a bit dated already (the report covers through the end of June), it is a great snapshot of the big trends and can tell us much about the general direction in which we are headed.  This report was released today (9/17/2009) at 12:00 p.m.

Here are a few of the fascinating findings…

 

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