Dudley Says Fed Tightening May Shed Light on Liquidity SituationBy
Evidence that bond market liquidity has dried up mixed at best
Some signs that liquidity risk may have increased, Dudley says
The U.S. central bank’s massive purchases of bonds that began in 2008 to support the economy may be obscuring metrics used to measure bond market liquidity, said New York Federal Reserve President William C. Dudley.
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