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In reality, exposes commodity-backed crypto coins are just commodity ETFs in disguise.
The latest BIS quarterly review notes that last year’s US MMF reforms didn’t squeeze the international dollar funding markets as many had feared. To the contrary, they initiated a pathway to new dollar funding sources — taking non-US banks’ aggregate US dollar funding levels to all time highs in the third quarter of 2016.
Could the collapse of covered interest rate parity be the harbinger of even stranger things to come ? At the heart of the issue is how on earth the interest rate differential between two currencies in the cash money markets is no longer equal to the differential between the forward and spot exchange rates.