More and more countries — from Brazil to Southeast Asian nations — are calling for trade to be carried out in other currencies besides the U.S. dollar. To be clear, the U.S. dollar remains dominant in global forex reserves even though its share in central banks’ foreign exchange reserves has dropped from more than 70% in 1999, IMF data shows. Geopolitical risks and economic dynamics have accelerated the trend to move away from the U.S. dollar.
TOPICS AND TIMESTAMPS:
Reasons Why 0:00
💵 HOW TO MAKE MONEY ON AMAZON: 💵
👉 http://TheAmazonGPS.com 👈
LOOK THROUGH MY BOOKS! http://books.themoneygps.com
MY FAVORITE BOOKS: https://youtu.be/Y_mwbfp1ULU
SUPPORT MY WORK: https://www.patreon.com/themoneygps
Buy GOLD and SILVER from Miles Franklin:
Call 1-888-81-LIBERTY (Tell them The Money GPS sent you)
Sources Used in This Video:
The Money GPS is the most active, most informative channel in the financial world. Day after day, breaking down the data and making it easy to understand. This channel is not here to help build a portfolio, give stock picks, or financial advice. It’s simply data that is generally not found through conventional means.
#wallstreet #inflation #investing