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Debt Limit: Market Response to Recent Impasses Underscores Need to Consider Alternative Approaches
Susan J. Irving (au)
During the 2013 debt limit impasse, investors reported taking the unprecedented action of systematically avoiding certain Department of the Treasury (Treasury) securities -- those that matured around the dates when Treasury projected it would exhaust the extraordinary measures that it uses to manage federal debt when it is at the limit. Because of this, disruptions to the Treasury market from the 2013 debt limit impasse extended into other markets, such as short-term financing. This report examines the effect of delays in raising the debt limit in 2013 on (1) the broader financial system and (2) Treasury debt and cash management, and (3) examines alternative approaches to delegating borrowing authority that could minimize future disruptions. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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