Call On Savings Equal To 1.6% Of GDPRupert Hargreaves
The most prominent uncertainty facing markets in 2018 is central bank balance sheet unwinding. For the first time since the financial crisis began, this year the Federal Reserve will be a net seller of assets (if everything goes to plan) meanwhile, the European Central Bank and Bank of Japan will be winding down their asset purchase programs.
The Fed is winding down its assets with initial monthly caps on runoff of $6 billion for Treasuries and $4 billion for mortgage-backed securities. The caps will increase every three months . . .
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