Deepin Moments: Japan’s Saudi Arabia Leads Global Dump of 213 Billion US Bonds


Deepin Moments
Nov 19, 2022

On November 17, the US. Treasury Department released its September 2022 International Capital Flows (TIC) report. The report shows that the total size of global investors holding US. Treasury bonds fell from $ 7.509 trillion in August to $ 7.296 trillion in September, the lowest level since May 2021, a single-month sell-off of $ 213 billion, this data is undoubtedly a shock to the world!

Currently, the situation in Europe is not optimistic. First of all, inflation “fever”, November 17, Eurostat released data showing that the final value of CPI in the eurozone in October year-on-year was 10.6%, a new record high; secondly, the risk of recession climbed sharply, the European Central Bank warned in its latest report, in the energy crisis, inflation “The European Central Bank warned in its latest report that, under the “triple whammy” of the energy crisis, inflation and monetary tightening, the future of the European economy is worse than expected.


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