SHOCKING BREAKDOWN OF CHINA’S FOREIGN RESERVESGuest Post
SHOCKING BREAKDOWN OF CHINA’S FOREIGN RESERVES By John Lee, CFA
Only less than half of China’s foreign-exchange reserves are liquid i.e. in the form of Treasury notes, cash, and gold.
China's possible net capital flight is in excess of $800 billion in 2015, liquid reserves could be depleted sometime in 2017, which could spell market uncertainty ahead.
Watch for the pace of gold’s bullish trend and the RMB’s bearish trend to accelerate.
Gold and silver are both trading highest since January 2015
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