Global Liquidity Latest, September 2015

by Michael J. Howell10. September 2015 18:22

Global Liquidity remains sub-par. End-August 2015 saw our monthly GLI™ (Global Liquidity Index) touch 39.2 (‘normal’ range 0-100). This was a small rise from July and occurred only because that reading was revised down.  Markets are being pulled in two directions: downwards by China and upwards by US liquidity. August’s market volatility may be a teaser for the future: as US liquidity loses its impetus over coming months, so China will weigh more negatively.


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