China to Diversify Foreign Currency Reserves, Dump Dollars, and Invest its $1 Trillion Elsewhere

China will soon begin to diversify its foreign currency reserves and dump dollars by the billions. As China invests its $1 trillion from trade surpluses elsewhere, other central and foreign banks will dump dollars. We holding dollars will lose much. 

China’s spectacular trade surplus and mighty strength as the lender of last resort to many nations including America, which owes $10 trillion in debt, are raising eyebrows as many investors are dumping dollars and buying China’s Yuan, a highly undervalued currency.

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[b]China’s plan to diversify foreign currency reserves is an unprecedented move away from the U.S. dollar.[/b]

The Chinese government announced the formation of a new agency to oversee investment of China’s $1 trillion in foreign currency reserves, representing a potent new force in international finance.

Finance Minister Jin Renqing offered no specifics about how much of the currency reserves would be made available to the investment agency. But analysts say the agency is expected to control one of the world’s biggest investment funds, and one that could singlehandedly alter the value of national currencies on a global scale. As China seeks more attractive investment earnings with its vast financial holdings and moves away from the devaluing dollar, expect the U.S. economy to take a nosedive. When it does (and already beforehand for savvy investors with sufficient foresight), watch for a run on the U.S. banks and widespread dumping of the dollar in favor of the Euro, Yuan, gold, and other safe havens.

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The Chinese government says one model for the agency was Temasek Holdings, the Singapore government’s successful investment agency, which manages an $84 billion global portfolio of investments.

China already has the world’s largest foreign exchange holdings, which is growing rapidly because of the country’s huge trade surpluses. According to the International Herald Tribune most of the reserves China now accumulates are conservatively invested in U.S. Treasury bonds and other government securities, which earn little return for China yet help to keep interest rates in the United States and other countries low.

The investment agency allows China to quickly diversify its foreign exchange holdings away from the dollar. Given the fact China and many Asian tigers loaning billions of dollars to the U.S. are disenchanted with America’s imperialistic foreign policy in Iraq, when disgust reaches its peak the dumping of dollars and non-renewing of loans to the U.S. could bankrupt the American economy.

China is ready to aggressively invest its huge trade surpluses as it seeks higher returns away from the dismal dollar. The impact of China’s emergence as a major global investor will be huge and a devastating blow to the U.S. economy as they progressively shift away from dollars in favor of more appreciating assets and higher yielding investments.

Rumor has it that China will soon begin dumping dollars by the billions. Before that happens, the American people would be wise to put their investments and protect their life savings in gold and other currencies such as the Euro and Chinese Yuan (which is greatly undervalued).

The biggest priority in these turbulent and troubling economic times is security, which the dollar no longer provides.

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The Chinese government announced the formation of a new agency to oversee investment of China’s $1 trillion in foreign currency reserves, representing a potent new force in international finance. China’s spectacular trade surplus and mighty strength as the lender of last resort to many nations including America, which owes $10 trillion in debt, are raising eyebrows as many investors are dumping dollars and buying China’s Yuan, a highly undervalued currency.

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Finance Minister Jin Renqing offered no specifics about how much of the currency reserves would be made available to the investment agency. But analysts say the agency is expected to control one of the world’s biggest investment funds, and one that could singlehandedly alter the value of national currencies on a global scale. As China seeks more attractive investment earnings with its vast financial holdings and moves away from the devaluing dollar, expect the U.S. economy to take a nosedive. When it does (and already beforehand for savvy investors with sufficient foresight), watch for a run on the U.S. banks and widespread dumping of the dollar in favor of the Euro, Yuan, gold, and other safe havens.

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The Chinese government says one model for the agency was Temasek Holdings, the Singapore government’s successful investment agency, which manages an $84 billion global portfolio of investments.

China already has the world’s largest foreign exchange holdings, which is growing rapidly because of the country’s huge trade surpluses. According to the International Herald Tribune most of the reserves China now accumulates are conservatively invested in U.S. Treasury bonds and other government securities, which earn little return for China yet help to keep interest rates in the United States and other countries low.

The investment agency allows China to quickly diversify its foreign exchange holdings away from the dollar. Given the fact China and many Asian tigers loaning billions of dollars to the U.S. are disenchanted with America’s imperialistic foreign policy in Iraq, when disgust reaches its peak the dumping of dollars and non-renewing of loans to the U.S. could bankrupt the American economy.

China is ready to aggressively invest its huge trade surpluses as it seeks higher returns away from the dismal dollar. The impact of China’s emergence as a major global investor will be huge and a devastating blow to the U.S. economy as they progressively shift away from dollars in favor of more appreciating assets and higher yielding investments.

Rumor has it that China will soon begin dumping dollars by the billions. Before that happens, the American people would be wise to put their investments and protect their life savings in gold and other currencies such as the Euro and Chinese Yuan (which is greatly undervalued).

The biggest priority in these turbulent and troubling economic times is security, which the dollar no longer provides.

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