Systemic US banks shed $70bn of repo exposure in Q4

The eight global systemically important banks in the US collectively cut repo exposures by -4% in the last quarter of 2019, with Goldman Sachs eliminating $39.6 billion, the most of the group.

Aggregate repo exposures, as measured for the supplementary leverage ratio (SLR), totalled $1.69 trillion in Q4 2019 across the G-Sibs, down from $1.76 trillion (-4%) the prior quarter.

Quarter-on-quarter, Goldman Sachs cut repo exposures by 13%, State Street 12%, JP Morgan 7%, Morgan Stanley 6%, BNY

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