Both JPMorgan and JPMorgan will continue to support the global liquidity policy for a long time.
Debt increases, liquidity increases, assets re inflate, concluded JPMorgan strategists, including Nikolaos panigirtziglou.
Small motorcycle strategists predict that global debt will increase by $16 trillion this year, and by the end of the year, total private and public sector borrowing will reach a record $200 trillion.
This will lead to higher savings rates, very loose central bank policy and more cash in the system - a large part of which is likely to flow into global stock markets, they wrote in a report on Friday.
U.S. money supply surge this year
According to the Federal Reserve data compiled by Peng Bo, the M2 money supply in the United States has increased by 3 trillion US dollars to 18.4 trillion US dollars so far this year. In contrast, the M2 money supply in the United States increased by only $1 trillion last year.
Source of this article: Chen Hequn, editor in charge of CFA_ NB12679