CQS' Hintze Notes Change In Price Spreads, Considers Fed StimulusMark Melin
Markets are being driven higher by “central bank liquidity,” also known as stimulus, according to Sir Michael Hintze of London-based CQS Investment Management. In a recent interview, Hintze addressed a number of economic issues while saying that recent market volatility is being exacerbated by declining market liquidity, which in part is due to regulation.
Michael Hintze: Traders challenged by market volatility
The market volatility has been challenging for traders, with “gaps” in price . . .
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