DE-DOLLARIZATION: FOREIGN CENTRAL BANKS UNRELENTING NET SELLERS OF US TREASURIES
The US Treasury reports that overall, U.S. total cross-border investment was an $8.1 billion outflow in March:
SUMMARY YOU NEED TO UNDERSTAND
- Foreign NET selling of Treasuries at $12.5b
- Foreign NET selling of equities at $23.6b
- Foreign net buying of corporate debt at $1.1b
- Foreign net buying of agency debt at $4.7b
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