Thus, banks are normally able to borrow from each other at rates just slightly above the interest rate on U.S. Treasury bills. But Thursday morning, the average interest rate on three-month interbank borrowing was 3.2 percent, while the interest rate on the corresponding Treasuries was 0.05 percent. No, that's not a misprint.
[Emphasis mine.] To quote almost everyone from the Star Wars canon, "I have a bad feeling about this." But we'll see what happens.