What’s happening to liquidity in the bond market? – Brookings Institute Video
December 2, 2015 \ 1 Comment
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On November 17, The Hutchins Center on Fiscal and Monetary Policy at Brookings and Ben Bernanke, now a distinguished fellow in residence at Brookings, hosted a discussion focusing on lessons from history, the role of collateral in the financial system, liquidity in bond markets, and the shadow banking system.
A thought provoking video including brief presentations by three eminently qualified people from Stanford, Harvard and the Fed. I found it worth an hour of my time. Here are some of the things that I came away with: The Moderator David Wessel summed up the obvious question I had when he said “So in our attempt to get a diversity of views on the stage we didn’t represent the people in the industry who are most worried.” Why not David? You missed a fantastic opportunity to broaden the discussion and really explore a few issues. I know representatives from Wall… Read more »
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