DE-DOLLARIZATION: CHINA DUMPS US TREASURIES AT FASTEST PAST IN 2 YEARS IN MARCH
China sold $20.5B in US Treasuries in March.
- Other than a minor positive in February 2019, China has sold US Treasuries EVERY months since September 2018,
- China is the largest foreign owner of US Treasuries at $1.12T,
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SOURCE: 05-16-19 - Financial Times - "China dumps US Treasuries at fastest pace in two years"
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