The liquidity drain resulting from central bank quantitative tightening will "exacerbate" upward pressure on bond yields, with US markets the most vulnerable, Oxford Economics has warned.
In a research note, Oxford Economics said cross-border purchases, a measure of global liquidity, were on the decline due to central banks beginning to scale back their asset purchases. In October last...
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