FXStreet (Delhi) – Research Team at Deutsche Bank, note that the cross border activities this year is booming to surpass pre-crisis levels and the inflows into the US remain elevated as they stand at USD 111bn and USD 85bn on a three month and year-to-date basis respectively. Key Quotes “Worth noting is a large deal making activity that took place between Europe and UK over the last week. This has caused the European outflows to accelerate and touch an all time low at USD 189bn YTD.” “Three month outflows also stand at a massive USD 127bn. UK, continues to remain the largest beneficiary among any G10 nation. Notwithstanding the recent transaction, the country also experienced a major transaction with Europe in April which together helped the country expedite its inflows this year. It’s total YTD inflows amount to USD 258bn versus USD 8bn outflows that the country witnessed in 2014.” “Meanwhile, outflows from Canada and Japan have slowed down but continue to showcase large outflows to the tune of USD 95bn and USD 75bn year-to-date. Australia continues to see modest but healthy inflows of USD 38bn since the begging of this year.” For more information, read our latest forex news.