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Keeping markets liquid

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When the COVID-19 pandemic hit Canada, the Bank acted quickly. We needed to make sure the financial system worked well enough that credit could continue to flow. That meant addressing shortages of liquidity in financial markets—the backbone for lending and borrowing in the economy. Toni Gravelle

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When the COVID-19 pandemic hit Canada, the Bank acted quickly. We needed to make sure the financial system worked well enough that credit could continue to flow. That meant addressing shortages of liquidity in financial markets—the backbone for lending and borrowing in the economy.

Keeping markets liquid

Toni Gravelle

Louise Egan
Communications at the Bank of Canada. Opinions my own and mostly kept offline anyway.

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