Dollar, Dollar, What’s the Future?

From the results of a UBS survey of $9-trillion worth of sovereign wealth managers on the outlook for the dollar. If you believe this, and it’s fairly striking, you would expect an even more significant shift in the dollar to have already happened as investors acted accordingly. That means they aren’t acting according to the views they’re professing here, which means that this is more their rhetoric than their reality.

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Comments

  1. Karthik says:

    Yes, but how realistic is it that you could have a nation powerful enough to back yet another reserve currency? Economic realities aside, I think the political realities also play a role in determining that.