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Interesting chart. It is interesting that the TED seems to nearly always peak after the market has hit a bottom. Might be a trading opportunity based off this chart.


In 1987, the spread peaked the day after the crash (10/20), and remained elevated for the next year.

That is the key sentence.
There was a crash first.
We are in crash conditions now.

Subramanian Sharma

Maybe, it hasn't peaked yet, maybe the spread will go higher


There was a several month long episode of the TED spread in 1987, unlike all the other spikes which are essentially one or two day events. What is worrisome now is that this episode with TED is even longer in length than '87

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