China Increases US Holdings to Record $1.75 Trillion

It appears that as the euro struggled last year in the face of the European debt crisis, China increased its US holdings to avoid euro losses. Already the largest foreign holder of US debt, China increased it US dollar assets to a record $1.75 trillion in October. With $882.3 billion, Japan remains the second largest holder of US debt.

Source: Bloomberg

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