The Fed Is Buying Corporate Bonds ($750 BILLION LOAN!)
The Fed went from buying bond ETFs in May, to flat out buying individual bonds from corporations rated down to BBB- and worse.
The Fed is supposed to be the lender of last resort, not a market participant.
However, over the past few months the Federal Reserve is actually buying individual corporate bonds in order to provide credit/liquidity to those publicly traded companies.
In this video I will explain the following:
– The loan itself (Secondary Market Corporate Credit Facility).
– The assets that are eligible for purchase.
– Who is an eligible issuer of these bonds.
Finally, I give my thoughts on it all.
Watch until the end, you won’t be disappointed!
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