so basically the banks sell their assets to the FED at a price that is higher than what that assets would cost during the current financial situation
OK. So let's be clear. If things got to the point where banks were selling us treasury bonds below what they were worth to raise enough cash... We would already be in a serious economic nightmare. So please don't discuss that situation like it's normal or even bright on by bad judgement. Think about the fact that the Bay Area, one of the top economic areas in our country, has just literally shut down. This is the equivalent of the house being on fire.
Why would banks "selling US Treasury bonds below what they were worth to raise enough cash" imply that our economy is crashing?