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As some know, I've been of the view that #Markets  have been dominated by massive/reliable liquidity injections,with #CentralBanks  recently crowding in more private flows; #Investors  rightly surfing this huge liquidity wave should keep an eye on possible risks to its integrity...

A U.K. gambling website that offers bets on soccer players announced that it was in talks about its liquidity and paused a technology project with stock market giant Nasdaq

This is an underrated position to hold. In many ways both benefit from one another because crypto can suck in the excess liquidity to the video game economy that has both the ability to absorb it, and can be invested in projects that build actual value “over there”.

A U.K. gambling website that offers bets on soccer players announced that it was in talks about its liquidity and paused a technology project with stock market giant Nasdaq

Forex liquidity makes it easy for traders to sell and buy currencies without delay, and also creates tight spreads for favorable quotes. Low costs and large scope to various markets make it the most frequently traded market in the world. Learn more here:

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In 2020, @NASDAQ  Private Market conducted a record number of liquidity programs as private companies sought to reward and retain employees during #COVID19 . Learn more:

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In this month's Amber Waves read about: how the adoption of persistent cover crops varied by commodity; why food price inflation was higher this year than its historical average; analyzing the forecast indicators for farm sector liquidity; and more!

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IOSCO Reviews Implementation Of Liquidity Risk Management Recommendations And Market Participants´ Responses To COVID-19 Induced Market Stresses

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@business  Tesla’s action is not directly reflective of my opinion. Having some Bitcoin, which is simply a less dumb form of liquidity than cash, is adventurous enough for an S&P500 company.

Today’s announcements by FM @nsitharaman  will go a long way in addressing issues faced by businesses, especially MSMEs. The steps announced will boost liquidity, empower the entrepreneurs and strengthen their competitive spirit. #AatmaNirbharBharatAbhiyan 

Held a meeting to discuss subjects related to the financial world, including structural reforms that will give a boost to growth and public welfare. We reviewed strategies to support MSME sector and ensure liquidity & credit supply.

Today’s announcements by @RBI  will greatly enhance liquidity and improve credit supply. These steps would help our small businesses, MSMEs, farmers and the poor. It will also help all states by increasing WMA limits.

Today @RBI  has taken giant steps to safeguard our economy from the impact of the Coronavirus. The announcements will improve liquidity, reduce cost of funds, help middle class and businesses.

Our Senate proposal would provide the quickest possible access to desperately-needed liquidity for small businesses across our nation. A rapid injection of cash to help small businesses survive this crisis and help workers continue to get paid.

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Hearing behind the scenes Private Equity GIANTS are lobbying @WhiteHouse  HARD for some rescue $$ The Private Equity model is to - buy businesses cheap - lever up 6-7x - layoff employees They’ve already drawn down liquidity facilities, creating MORE pain in this crisis.

In negotiations for economic crisis relief, some are pushing for a special carve-out just for Boeing & GE. That would be WRONG. Millions are losing jobs; we don’t need bailouts or corporate welfare—those companies should participate in the same liquidity programs as everyone else

CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING THREAD: -Small Businesses are not just mom & pop corner stores. -Small Business is the vast majority of employment in the United States (67%) -They do not have the liquidity to survive a 2-3% economic shut down. - Rent & debt payments come due April 1 👇

Trading Volume != LiquidityCoinGecko is introducing "Trust Score" to combat fake exchange volume. From today onwards, we won't be sorting exchanges by reported volume but will take into account webtraffic and orderbook data. ? Full announcement:

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