Macroliquidity is still growing. The pace of growth has accelerated in the fourth quarter, but that’s about to change as the Fed begins draining more funds from the banking system in January, and the ECB sharply cuts its QE securities purchases. There will be less new liquidity pumped into the world banking system. Here’s what that means for stocks.
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