Both short and long-term banking liquidity ratios needed – ECB paper

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The short and long-term liquidity requirements for eurozone banks are not redundant and complement each other in securing financial stability, a paper published by the European Central Bank finds.

In On the interaction between different bank liquidity requirements, Markus Behn, Renzo Corrias and Magdalena Rola-Janicka examine the interaction between the liquidity coverage ratio (LCR) and the net stable funding ratio (NSFR) for a sample of eurozone banks.

The authors reject claims that the LCR

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