On 17 December 2020, the European Banking Authority (EBA) published a report on liquidity measures. The report monitors and evaluates the liquidity coverage requirements currently in place in the EU. The liquidity coverage ratio (LCR) of EU banks stood at around 166% in June 2020, materially above the minimum threshold of 100%. The report shows that EU banks have continued to improve their liquidity coverage ratio (LCR). This trend continued at end-June 2020 even if the Covid-19 crisis had an impact on banks’ liquidity positions. At end-June 2020, EU banks’ average LCR stood at 166% and no bank reported LCR levels below 100%. The access to additional liquidity via extraordinary central bank facilities supported EU banks’ efforts to maintain their LCR buffers.