Oxford Economics: Major liquidity drain may fuel bond market vulnerabilities

Research note

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Consequences for global markets of an end to ECB QE will be much bigger than end of Fed’s

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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