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Liquidity is the mother's milk of stock rallies and the Fed is no longer its wet nurse

By David Scott | Monday 30 July 2018


 


For a decade, investors around the world have ridden a rising tide of more than $12 trillion - the extra cash pumped into the global system by key central banks to counter the deepest financial crisis since the Great Depression and its aftermath. Now that flow of so-called quantitative easing is turning to the ebb of quantitative tightening, and markets are - perhaps not coincidentally - showing increasing volatility.

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