Charts of the Week
In this latest edition of our weekly update:
- Bank deposit rates have lagged the rise in the Fed’s fund rate;
- US bank deposits ar e experiencing the largest drawdown in 40 years;
- Pace of deposit withdrawals forcing US banks to sell down a portion of their assets
- Silicon Valley Bank and Silvergate Bank were the first two banks to reach insolvency;
- US regional banks went through one of the sharpest pullback in decades;
- Financial stability concerns have spread to European banks;
- The Fed’s hiking cycle finally broke something in the economy;
- Abrupt revision in the Fed’s tightening path;
- A big concern for central banks in the US and EU;
- Goodbye QT? ;
- Sharp rise in the Fed’s balance sheet has pushed USD liquidity; and
- Gold is back at the top end of its range.
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