Global Liquidity Index (GLI) June 2014 Update

by Michael J. Howell13. June 2014 16:40
The Global Liquidity Cycle fell again to end-May 2014 to a below-par index value of 47.0 (‘normal’ range 0- 100), according to our monthly GLI (Global Liquidity Indexes). These indexes comprise all Central Bank interventions, all cross-border financial capital flows and all private sector liquidity creation, including shadow banks and corporate cash inflows, across some 80 economies Worldwide. This is now the second consecutive month of below-average World liquidity. Liquidity is a leading indicator that points to heightened tensions in financial markets and real economies 6-12 months ahead. The GLI has fallen noticeably since late-2013.


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