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Contributions to the Cleveland Financial Stress Index: Commercial Paper minus TBill Spread (CPTBSD678FRBCLE)
Observation:
20160505: 2.44 (+ more)Updated: May 6, 2016
20160505:  2.44  
20160504:  2.42  
20160503:  2.39  
20160502:  2.38  
20160429:  2.39 
Units:
Units of Stress,Not Seasonally Adjusted
Frequency:
DailyThis chart shows the contribution of the commercial paper TBill Spread to the CFSI. This spread measures the difference between the 90Day financial commercial paper rate and the 90Day US Treasury Yield. It captures the shortterm risk premium on financial companies' debt. A widening spread signals increases in the underlying risk of financial companies' operations.
Contributions to the Cleveland Financial Stress Index: Commercial Paper minus TBill Spread
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This chart shows the contribution of the commercial paper TBill Spread to the CFSI. This spread measures the difference between the 90Day financial commercial paper rate and the 90Day US Treasury Yield. It captures the shortterm risk premium on financial companies' debt. A widening spread signals increases in the underlying risk of financial companies' operations.
Contributions to the Cleveland Financial Stress Index: Commercial Paper minus TBill Spread
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Title  Release Dates  


Contributions to the Cleveland Financial Stress Index: Commercial Paper minus TBill Spread  20140217  20160506 
Source  


Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland  20140217  20160506 
Release  


Cleveland Financial Stress Index  20140217  20160506 
Units  


Units of Stress  20140217  20160506 
Frequency  


Daily  20140217  20160506 
Seasonal Adjustment  


Not Seasonally Adjusted  20140217  20160506 
Notes  


The source has posted to their website a message regarding this release: Cleveland Financial Stress Index under review and a revised index expected in the fourth quarter of 2016. A thorough review of the index is being conducted to both simplify the index and enhance its robustness, while also taking into consideration changes in financial markets and institutions. This review and the revisions to the CFSI are expected to be completed sometime during the fourth quarter of this year, and additional details will be made available at that time. Thank you for your patience while we improve the CFSI. This chart shows the contribution of the commercial paper TBill Spread to the CFSI. This spread measures the difference between the 90Day financial commercial paper rate and the 90Day US Treasury Yield. It captures the shortterm risk premium on financial companies' debt. A widening spread signals increases in the underlying risk of financial companies' operations. 
20140217  20160506 
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