Global liquidity is slowing at its fastest rate since the Global Financial Crisis, according to global research group CrossBorder Capital, as central banks engage in a "twin-tightening" of simultaneously hiking rates and shrinking their balance sheets.
According to CrossBorder Capital, global liquidity has fallen $4trn to $124.1trn since January 2018, with around 80% of central banks running tighter monetary policies. The firm also warned central...
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