Sporadic manipulation in money markets with central bank standing facilities

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Ewerhart, Christian; Cassola, Nuno; Ejerskov, Steen; Valla, Natacha;
  • Publisher: Frankfurt a. M.: European Central Bank (ECB)
  • Subject: D84 | money market | E52 | corridor system, manipulation, money market | corridor system | manipulation
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In certain market environments, a large investor may benefit from building up a futures position first and trading subsequently in the spot market (Kumar and Seppi, 1992). The present paper identifies a variation of this type of manipulation that might occur in money ma... View more
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