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Category Archives: Liquidity risk

Kolanovic: “This Is What The Next Crisis Will Look Like”

There are two distinct parts to the latest, just released research note from JPM's quant "wizard" Marko Kolanovic. In the first part, the infamous predictor of market swoons takes on an unexpectedly cheerful demeanor, and explains why contrary to his recent market outlooks, near-term risks for a market selloff appear to have abated. First, he […]

Bernanke ‘Terrifies’ Stock Investors, Again

Authored by Jeffrey Snider via Alhambra Investment Partners, If you are a stock investor, you should be terrified. The most disconcerting words have been uttered by the one person capable of changing the whole dynamic. After spending so many years trying to recreate the magic of the “maestro”, Ben Bernanke in retirement is still at […]

US Bond Market Liquidity Collapses: “It’s Worse Than Brexit”

Two weeks ago we warned of the "unintended consequences" of Dodd-Frank which are likely to crush bond market liquidity. On the day of Brexit we got a glimpse of what can happen when the world's most liquid bond market suddenly isn't and as one veteran bond trader exclaimed today, US Treasury market liquidity is "worse […]

“Do We Have A Liquidity Problem Post-Crisis?” Fed Vice Chair Fischer Answers – Live Feed

Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer is speaking at the Brookings Institution in Washington, on the topic of “Do We Have a Liquidity Problem Post-Crisis?” Not surprisingly, Fischer’s answer is that “liquidity is adequate by most measures, in most markets, and most of the time” and adds that it is “certainly too soon to declare that a […]