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Treasury Took In Cash, Banking Indicators Upticked in April, But It Won’t Last

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The Treasury has built up a big cash balance at its bank, the Fed, but it won’t hang around for long. Turmoil is coming, most likely in October, when the government runs out of pension funds to raid.

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The Treasury has built up a big cash balance at its bank, the Fed, but it won’t hang around for long. Turmoil is coming, most likely in October, when the government runs out of pension funds to raid.

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