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Commercial Paper

August 4, 2009

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The size of the market for commercial paper in the U.S. has fallen dramatically since its peak in July 2007. After the disruptions of the Asset-Backed Commercial Paper (ABCP) crisis in August 2007 and the Lehman bankruptcy, the Federal Reserve created a commercial paper funding facility to restore liquidity. However the market for commercial paper has continued to shrink in 2009 straining financial intermediaries who have relied on the market for funding.

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