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Is Outright Deposit Destruction Next?

Watching the slowing deposit drains in the European bank data, I have to wonder whether those who can get their money out have done so. That could be bearish for the US. US liquidity growth has slowed in recent weeks. If the Fed does not take aggressive action to expand its balance sheet next week, that could turn the liquidity picture negative for the first time since late 2008.

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