Cashflow turbulence up at Citi, JP Morgan

The worst day is getting worse. 

So it appears in the second-quarter liquidity risk disclosures of JP Morgan and Citigroup, both of which showed the banks plumping their cash add-on cushions. The add-ons are calculated to cover the greatest one-day difference between outflows and inflows occurring during a month of stress – a difference that appears to be jumping from quarter to quarter. 

Net liquidity outflows – the difference between incoming and outgoing cash – at both banks have been

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