publication . Preprint . Article . 2010

Policy Measures to Alleviate Foreign Currency Liquidity Shortages under Aggregate Risk with Moral Hazard

Hiroshi Fujiki;
Open Access
  • Published: 01 Mar 2010
During the recent global financial crisis, some central banks introduced two innovative cross-border operations to deal with the problems of foreign currency liquidity shortages: domestic liquidity operations using cross-border collaterals and operations for supplying foreign currency based on standing swap lines among central banks. We show theoretically that central banks improve the efficiency of equilibrium under foreign currency liquidity shortages by those two innovative temporary policy measures.
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free text keywords: Standing swap lines, Operations supplying US dollar funds outside the US, Cross-border collateral arrangements, Economics and Econometrics, jel:E58, jel:F31, jel:F33, Business, Financial system, Reserve currency, Foreign exchange risk, Devaluation, Market liquidity, Liquidity crisis, Financial crisis, Currency, Swap (finance)
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