Global central banks’ liquidity may boost financial market


Indian markets witnessed their worst January in terms of foreign fund flows since 2008 when the global financial crisis was taking hold. But fund managers believe the tide may turn as global central banks are assuring enough liquidity in financial markets with their monetary stance.

The Bank of Japan’s move to keep interest rates negative, hopes of a stimulus announcement by the European Central Bank (ECB) in March and the postponement of any interest rate increase by the US Federal Reserve may stem global fund outflows from emerging markets, including India, said analysts.

Courtesy ET Bureau.


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