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Re: Bleg for Financial Data

Out here in the Golden State, I just rolled out of bed, got myself a cup of jo, sat down at my laptop–and disovered that I’d received four or five dozen replies to my bleg of yesterday evening for financial data.  (We know how much credit costs these days–LIBOR numbers are easy to find–but could anyone help me, I asked, discover data concerning volume.  That is, how much overnight, 30-day, and 90-day paper is being traded as compared with, say, one and two years ago?) 

It’ll take me more than one cup of coffee to work through all the emails.  But in the meantime, thanks.

Lord.  The people who read this Corner know a lot.

Peter Robinson — Peter M. Robinson is a research fellow at the Hoover Institution.

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