The dollar is down, but not out as world’s reserve currency

The U.S. dollar’s position as the world’s reserve currency might be weakening. In the last few years, the fraction of global reserves denominated in dollars has been inching down to less than 62%. This follows a longer-term slide; at the turn of the century more than 70% of reserves were in dollars. Meanwhile, central banks…

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