DTCC’s total liquidity pool shrank in Q2

The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC) saw the size of its liquidity pool – the pile of assets it holds to cover shortfalls or defaults – dip slightly during the second quarter of 2019. 

The clearing house held $260 billion of liquidity resources on aggregate in the three months to end-June, down from $262 billion the previous quarter.

Cash stashed with the Federal Reserve rose 13%, or $1.8 billion, to $15.4 billion. 

So-called ‘other resources’ dropped 14%, or $8.4 billion, to

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