New York Fed Notes Liquidity Concerns Ahead Of Anticipated TighteningMark Melin
Market liquidity is obviously important to the smooth functioning of an economic system, particularly as a potential September rate rise is under consideration. The big concern is that liquidity dries up during crisis, an event that, to a certain extent, is out of the control of the New York Federal Reserve. The semi-autonomous government agency, however, is taking precautionary steps to ensure that liquidity problems don’t occur in the bond market by publicly discussing the issue. When issues are known and do not "surprise", volatility can often . . .
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