Debt securities still key in capital flows to EMEs – BIS

Euros, dollars and yen

Debt securities continue to grow rapidly as a source of global liquidity flowing to the non-bank sector in emerging market economies (EMEs), according to the latest statistics published by the Bank for International Settlements.

The data, which is accurate as of end-September 2019, shows overall growth of 5% in US dollar credit to non-bank borrowers outside the US, for a total of $12.1 trillion. Euro credit continued to grow faster, at 9%, though the gap between the two growth rates narrowed

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