Systemic US banks’ liquidity ratios rebounded in Q2

Aggregate liquid assets increased 15% quarter on quarter

Indicators of liquidity risk at top US banks improved over the three months to end-June as their portfolios of easy-to-sell assets grew.

Aggregate high-quality liquid assets (HQLA) at the eight US global systemically important banks (G-Sibs) hit $2.78 trillion in Q2, an increase of 15% quarter on quarter.

JP Morgan reported the biggest increase of the group dollar-wise, with its stock of HQLA growing 19% to $651.2 billion over the quarter. 

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