The Big 6 Canadian banks experienced strong results for 2Q17 in spite of major events in the quarter.
The Federal Reserve raised the Fed Funds rate another 25 bps as expected — the fourth increase since 2015 and the third in a more recent series of moves.
Growth in interest-bearing deposits is far outpacing growth in non-interest bearing deposits…could this signal the beginning of a large shift in balances as rates rise?
“Curtailing reform could help pump much more money into the funds and give a short-term liquidity cushion to companies that borrow in the commercial paper market if the economy contracts and credit gets squeezed,” said Tony Carfang
New York City Cloudera Sessions
2nd Annual Liquidity Risk Management