- July 10, 2019
The latest Liquidity Tracker, based on 2Q’19 data, is available for download. We are monitoring a number of credit and liquidity indicators that will help signal any potential disruption to the economic and real estate cycles emanating out of the capital markets.
Despite concerns about cooling global economic growth and trade wars, markets are proceeding with caution and the US labor market is still in good shape.
The US and China continue to negotiate on trade policy, while Fed Chair Powell is testifying to Congress this week amid growing speculation around a late July interest rate cut. Meanwhile, the yield curve continues to flash warnings signs as the key 3-month/10-year measure has stayed inverted for over a month.
High yield issuance is on the upswing, C&I loans are still on the rise, and CMBS issuance improved in 2Q’19, though the mid-year total still trails last year’s pace.
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