Global Central Banks Continue to Flood the Markets with Liquidity
Collectively, the assets of the U.S. Federal Reserve, the European Central Bank and the Bank of Japan rose from $7.2 trillion in March to a record $21.8 trillion in November. All three are also pushing their country’s fiscal policymakers for additional stimulus.
The creation of such a mass of money will have profound impacts on future economic growth, corporate and government debt levels, stock market performance, bonds, and yields for decades to come. Contact us today to learn how best to navigate through these unique times.