Could the flood tide of deposits of the last few years finally be ebbing?

For some banks, the jump in interest rates has been an occasion to reconsider funding strategies, and think about locking in certificates of deposit at current prices. Recent data on money flows carries some hints that households are looking for higher yields for their savings, and deposit growth in the first two quarters of this year was weaker than it has been for some time.

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