The gap between bank deposits and loans is still growing, said Bloomberg, so banks are using the extra cash to buy U.S. Treasuries at the fastest pace since 2010. Deposits increased by 3.3 percent to $8.88 trillion, but lending only rose .7 percent to $7.11 trillion. Read more at Bloomberg. 
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