COVID-19 and bond market liquidity: alert, isolation and recovery

Jean-Sébastien Fontaine, Hayden Ford & Adrian Walton
The disruption due to COVID-19 reverberated through the bond markets in three phases. In the first phase, dealers met the rising demand for liquidity. In the second, dealers reduced the supply of liquidity, and trading conditions worsened significantly. Finally, the market returned to relative stability following several interventions by the Bank of Canada.
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