Global Liquidity Latest (GLI March Release)

by Michael J. Howell11. March 2015 09:42

Global Liquidity fell again last month, led for the first time by weaker US money flows. The February 2015 GLI (Global Liquidity Index) dropped to 39.6 from 41.7 (‘normal’ range 0-100) and has been at or below average now for six months. The Eurozone is the major exception. Measured in equivalent US dollar terms, net monthly outflows of Global Liquidity average US$1 trillion over this period, or around 6% of total funds. Falling Global Liquidity warns of future financial and economic risk. Current levels of liquidity do not yet signal recession, but they do point to economic slowdown over coming months and greater market volatility.



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