Hopeful liquidity indicators

12th August 2011 by Simon Ward

G3 bank reserves have risen to a new record, reflecting Japanese foreign exchange intervention and an increase in the ECB’s repo lending:

The ECB’s bond purchases have contributed to a debt-weighted average of Eurozone 7-10 year government yields falling to its lowest level since November:

US money supply measures continue to strengthen, implying potential liquidity support for the economy and markets when risk aversion lessens:

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1 thought on “Hopeful liquidity indicators”

  1. Drf says:

    Meanwhile, evidently at last an increasing number of investors are waking up to the fact that the UK is not the safe haven which they had been deluded into believing it was, and that the yield on UK Gilts is historically the very lowest on record. http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-08-14/sterling-proving-no-refuge-as-king-eyes-stimulus-while-gilt-yields-plunge.html 

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