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    China and Japan are tightening their holdings of US bonds

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    China and Japan are tightening their holdings of US bonds Empty China and Japan are tightening their holdings of US bonds

    Post by Rocky Thu 16 Nov 2017, 4:28 am

    China and Japan are tightening their holdings of US bonds






    2017/11/16 02:24


    (Encyclopedia of this Day News | Iraq News ) - Live: foreign holdings of US bonds rose during the month of September last, to continue both China and Japan at the top of the list despite the decline in the level of possession.

    US central bank holdings of US bonds rose to $ 6323.5 billion in September, compared with $ 6,269.8 billion in August, US Treasury Department data released on Wednesday showed.

    China continued to lead the countries in terms of holding US bonds, despite falling in September, to record the level of 1180.8 billion dollars, compared to 1200.5 in the previous August.

    Japan's holdings of US bonds fell to $ 1,096 billion in September, against $ 1101.7 billion, but despite the decline it continued in second place.

    Saudi Arabia, which ranked 12th on the list of the world's most heavily traded countries, lost US $ 136.7 billion to US $ 137.9 billion.

    The UAE's holdings in September fell to $ 54.3 billion, compared with $ 55.9 billion in August, while Kuwait's holdings of US bonds rose to $ 38 billion, compared with $ 35.6 billion a month earlier.

    By 9:52 pm GMT, the greenback was slightly higher against the euro, down 0.06% at $ 1.1791.


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    China and Japan are tightening their holdings of US bonds Empty Foreign holdings of US bonds rise during September

    Post by Rocky Thu 16 Nov 2017, 4:29 am

    Foreign holdings of US bonds rise during September






    2017/11/16 01:48


    (Encyclopedia of this Day News | Iraq News ) - Live: foreign holdings of US bonds rose during the month of September last, to continue both China and Japan at the top of the list despite the decline in the level of possession.

    US Treasury data showed Wednesday that foreign holdings of US bonds rose to $ 6323.5 billion in September, compared to $ 6,269.8 billion in August.

    China continued to lead the countries in terms of holding US bonds, despite falling in September, to record the level of 1180.8 billion dollars, compared to 1200.5 in the previous August.

    Japan's holdings of US bonds fell to $ 1,096 billion in September, against $ 1101.7 billion, but despite the decline it continued in second place.

    Saudi Arabia, which ranked 12th on the list of the world's most heavily traded countries, lost US $ 136.7 billion to US $ 137.9 billion.

    The UAE's holdings in September fell to $ 54.3 billion, compared with $ 55.9 billion in August, while Kuwait's holdings of US bonds rose to $ 38 billion, compared with $ 35.6 billion a month earlier.

    By 9:52 pm GMT, the greenback was slightly higher against the euro, down 0.06% at $ 1.1791.




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