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Msg  1107385 of 1153881  at  9/23/2019 9:27:36 AM  by

cluelessmeetoo


Re: Chinese Firms Dump $40 Billion In Global Assets, Turn Net Seller For First Time In Decades

 
1 hour ago

Well, CCP China has that powerhouse, The Yuan.

They can always sell CCP backed treasuries Im sure the world market will race to buy them.

46 minutes ago
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Except... don't you sell treasuries... in order to BORROW money ?

So if they don't need or want to borrow money - then your whole point would be... well.. pointless.

Wouldn't it.

18 minutes ago

Unless no one would lone you the money, unless you had to beg a high rate. ( At a time of world historic lows. Like zero, for some. )

Then selling assests, at a loss, would explain the behavior also.

But yeah, CCP China cash flow is great.

1. Selling US Treasuries for cash dollars.

2. Pissed off its No 1 source of dollars.

3. 1.3 billion people to feed with dollar priced food commodities. Food inflation up 10%+ . Kind of rough on the 2-300 million uber poor, 200 million working class.

4. World shortage of dollars.

5. Dollar financial center ( HK )in revolt.

But yeah, China is fat dollars. Not. They're in a squeeze and they have no, zero, *** credit. They haven't borrowed because they are greedy commie idiots. Now they cant borrow. They are like a gut who paid cash all his life and has no credit history and goes to a bank to borrow. No dice.



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