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Quantitative Easing Unwind Poses Risks to Deposit Relationships

A decade after the Fed took steps to improve liquidity in a reeling banking industry, the central bank is now reversing course in a move that threatens to remove what Novantas estimates will be approximately $550 billion of deposits from circulation. This is just one factor among others that will impact the future state of deposit pools, but it is one of the least well understood. Banks should act now to assess where these deposits ...

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