More central banks expand existing liquidity swap lines

More than 23% of participating countries gained access to IMF facilities over past year

The number of central banks that expanded existing liquidity swap lines increased over the past year, finds data from Reserve Benchmarks 2022.

Overall, 12.5% of the 40 central banks that addressed the question reported they had increased the resources available to them. In total, five institutions said they had implemented this measure, compared with just two central banks last year.

Nonetheless, the total number of reserve managers that have secured access to a new liquidity swap line

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