The central banks of the United States, England, Japan, Europe, Switzerland, and Canada are taking coordinated measures to increase the supply of liquidity

The coordinated action of central banks to increase the supply of US dollar liquidity

The central banks of Canada, the UK, Japan, Europe, the Federal Reserve, and Switzerland are today announcing coordinated action to increase liquidity through US dollar liquidity swap line arrangements.

Federal Reserve statement:
Daily operations will begin on Monday and will continue until at least the end of April

To improve the effectiveness of swap lines in providing dollar funding, central banks that currently offer dollar operations have agreed to increase the number of 7-day maturity operations from weekly to daily.