Fed: Who Is Holding All the Excess Reserves? November 23, 2015 5:00am by Spread the wealth. twitter facebook linkedin What's been said: Discussions found on the web: VennData commented on Nov 23 EU bank earnings have this nice cushion. One might even call it a margin of safety. Unless of course you scream at the world. rfreeborn commented on Nov 23 Barry – In conjunction with this paper, I think you’d really like this episode of Planet Money “How to make $3 trillion disappear” http://www.npr.org/sections/money/2015/10/23/451228005/episode-659-how-to-make-3-trillion-disappear rfreeborn commented on Nov 23 Barry – In conjunction with this paper, I think you’d really like this episode of Planet Money “How to make $3 trillion disappear” http://www.npr.org/sections/money/2015/10/23/451228005/episode-659-how-to-make-3-trillion-disappear ERISANation commented on Dec 3 My god, wealth is concentrating! “…this indicates that liquidity is not diffusing through the banking system, but is instead staying concentrated on the balance sheets of the largest banks.” Read this next.May 22, 2016 Hulbert on CrashesSeptember 6, 2012 The Dog and the FrisbeeJuly 27, 2010 The U.S. Economy’s Lost Decade Posted Under Bonds/Interest Rates Federal Reserve Think Tank Previous Post Mapping 10 Years of Fatal Traffic Accidents Next Post We’re Familiar With Your Work . . .