Investors have been told to brace themselves for a "painful" adjustment as the money taps pumping liquidity into global markets are turned of in the US and interest rates raised.
Global banking and financial trade body the Institute of International Finance (IIF) said liquidity is the "top issue" at meetings among its members, the Telegraph reports. The amount of liquidity in...
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