The Federal Reserve's balance sheet hit a new all time record of $2.273 Trillion in assets, after a $13 billion increase in MBS and Agency purchases week over week.
- Securities held outright: $1,913 billion (an increase of $67 billion MoM, resulting from $64 billion increase in MBS and $3 billion in Agency Debt), or a $7 billion increase sequentially.
- Net borrowings: $165 billion. Number for the January 28th week has not been updated.
- Float, liquidity swaps, Maiden Lane and other assets: $196 billion. The CPFF program was was at $11.2 billion, another fresh all time low. FX liquidity swaps declined by $1.075 billion to practically 0. Maiden Lane I and Maiden Lane II were at $26.8 and $15.4 billion, while Maiden Lane III continues pretending it has value and came at $22.5 billion.
Foreign holdings declined by $7.5 billion to $2,925 billion.