The Federal Reserve adds fuel to the fire! Supplemental leverage is not renewed, and debt interest rates are likely to soar again

Criticized by market participants ignore the rising Inflation of the Federal Reserve on Friday (19) to add fuel to the fire, said the supplemental leverage ratio (SLR) relief measures expire on March 31 will not be renewed, meaning that the U.S. banking industry needs to make up about 1.6 trillion U.S. dollars as reserves, do not rule out the need to sell U.S. debt to fill, meaning that the 10-year U.S. bond interest rates have the opportunity to rise.