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Could banks move to continuous (rather than overnight) funding?
The dominant frequencies for Money Market and FX instruments were 6m and 3m for a long time, and banks slowly moved to commercial trades at those frequencies but funding overnight. If this is a step ...
Sep 1 '11 at 10:49
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