Latest Global Liquidity Data - August Update

by Michael J. Howell14. August 2013 09:40
The latest (end-July) Global Liquidity Index (GLI) hit 73.8% against a 'normal' 0-100 range. This is equivalent to US$145 billion pouring into World financial markets. The distribution of liquidity remains very uneven. The leading markets were again the US, Britain and Japan, with liquidity in the Eurozone and Emerging Markets weak. The data show strongly divergent trends in private sector liquidity, and warn of heightened forex market volatility.


Global Liquidity Update

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