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    Default Is the TED Spread a reliable indicator?

    I've read over and over that the spread typically stays under 50 basis points. So was it not a coincidence that the CB Liquidity Swaps were announced today after the TED spread closed at 51.67 yesterday?

    It's been steadily rising since the beginning of August.
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