Funding Stress in Dollar Market at a record high in the last two decade


Posted March 19, 2020 by DecimalP

Banks are facing a liquidity shortfall of $500, which is more than what we have seen during the crisis of 2008. Fed will have a tough time meeting these global dollar demands.

 
Quantitative easing programs have injected liquidity to the tune of $4000 billion in the markets since the start of 2010. However, if you look closely at the banks today there is a liquidity shortfall to the tune of $500 billion.
Decimal Point Analytics has published an article which highlights the fact that liquidity gap was at $200 billion during the crisis of 2008. Now with the forced global shutdown, Fed will be racing against time every evening to meet the global dollar demand. It will also be interesting to see how the situation evolve in the dollar market.
Click on the below link to read the full article https://www.decimalpointanalytics.com/resources/blog-detail/march-18-2020/398

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Decimal Point Analytics is a financial research and analytics company incorporated in 2003 with headquarters at Mumbai. It is an independent, management owned company, which provides actionable analytics to financial services companies. It offers customized solutions to investment management businesses that address specific challenges. It enables these customers to supplement their operations with additional resources and augment research processes using Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies like Machine Learning (ML), Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Big Data.
Decimal Point Analytics has presence across four global locations including the United States, UK and India.
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Last Updated March 19, 2020