Possibly eyeing a developing EU banking crisis, the Fed extends its currency swap lines,...
Possibly eyeing a developing EU banking crisis, the Fed extends its currency swap lines, allowing foreign central banks to exchange unlimited amounts of their own currency for dollars. Only $60M of these lines are now in use, compared to $9B during May's Greek crisis, and $583B at the height of the GFC.
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