Central Bank Policies Contributing to Market Volatility

12:00 PM ET Fri, 12 Aug 2011

¿The volatility in the markets is being caused by the un-intentioned assistance the central banks are providing because there are such a variety of different liquidity schemes¿¿I think a lot of these schemes are bouncing off each other and investors are finding it very hard to find out exactly where they lie but the liquidity is there,¿ Guy Monson, managing partner & chief investment officer at Sarasin & Partners told CNBC.