The study aims to provide a detailed overview of euro area money markets, with a focus on the key developments and dynamics in various money market segments.
Previous Euro money market studies — including the last one published, in — were based on less detailed and timely information collected through a survey of a sample of banks. The study finds that activity in the euromoney fx galimybės money market is less diversified than before the crisis among the five segments — the unsecured, secured, foreign exchange FX swaps, Overnight Index Swap OIS and short term securities issuance.
Accommodative monetary policy and an environment of excess liquidity have dampened activity in some money market segments. The post-crisis shift in banking regulation and a greater focus on risk management have seen a growing preference for secured transactions.
The FX swap market also remains a growing segment in euro money markets, and in this market the US dollar is still the foreign currency most actively traded against the euro.
Volumes in the OIS and short-term securities segments prekybos sistemos indeksas recovering slowly from the all-time lows recorded in Since mid a large increase in excess liquidity caused by non-standard measures has pushed the EONIA fixing close to the lower bound of the corridor of the standing facilities rates.
Prices in some unsecured transactions even moved below the deposit facility rate. For media queries, please contact William Lelieveldteuromoney fx galimybės.