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As China’s Treasury Holdings Fall For Third Month, U.S. Foreign Policy Seen Accelerating De-Dollarization

Remember, foreign investors are "free to do what they want to do."

Remember, foreign investors are "free to do what they want to do."
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2 comments on “As China’s Treasury Holdings Fall For Third Month, U.S. Foreign Policy Seen Accelerating De-Dollarization

  1. monkfelonious

    Right here – foreign exchange reserves surged by 0.44% – is what I don’t get about this macro shit. How on earth is less than one half of one percent a ‘surge’? I’m fully prepared to be schooled for I know nothing about the mysterious MACRO. It seems that rather tiny things are, or can be, a big deal in that parallel universe.

  2. Jan Veenstra

    If you come out of your monastery and reread the text: “the increase in the RMB share would imply that CBs bought the equivalent of $55bn in RMB assets over Q2, compared to less than $17bn in Q1.”

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