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Friday, July 14, 2017


Global reserves outlook.


The growth of the foreign-exchange reserves of emerging and developing economies was a closely followed topic in international finance and policymaking circles in the 2000s. A new strand of academic literature suggests it might be in for a renaissance.


  • The world will soon take more notice of the worsening US net external debt load.
  • Paradoxically, the US economy generates these liabilities in part because the world demands them.
  • US dollar depreciation will put domestic political pressure on large dollar reserve holders.

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