CHINA PODRIA PERDER SUS INVERSIONES EN EEUU

‘All China’s assets in the US might be annulled‘, warns ex-BoE chief, urging countries to diversify

Todos los bienes de China en EEUU podrían ser anulados, alerta el ex titular del B de I, al tiempo que urge a las naciones a diversificar sus carteras.

Published time: 9 Jun, 2016 Publicado el 9 de Junio 2016

Washington may be forced to renege on its huge debt to Beijing under catastrophic circumstances, says the former head of the Bank of England Mervyn King.

Washington pueda verse forzado a negarse a pagar la enorme deuda que tiene con China si enfrenta circunstancias catastróficas, dice Mervyn King, ex titular del Banco de Inglaterra.

He suggests governments could mitigate risk by diversifying their assets.

El sugiere que los gobiernos reduzcan sus riesgos diversificando sus inversiones.

Who knows what the future holds, but China and other countries do not want to be in a situation where all their international assets are in effect dependent on the US,” said King, who was the Governor of the Bank of England from 2003 to 2013, in an article for Gold Investor magazine.

Quien sabe que vendrá mañana, pero China y otras naciones no deben estar en una situación en que todos sus bienes dependen en los EEUU, escribió King, quien fungiera como Gobernador del Banco de Inglaterra entre 2003 y 2013, en un articulo para la revista Gold Investor.

“Of course the US would not want to renege on its debts, but if some awful conflagration occurred, then all China’s assets in the US might be annulled,” said the former BoE chief, adding that China and other countries should diversify their portfolios, making them less dependent “on the goodwill of other countries.”

Por supuesto que EEUU no querría negarse a pagar sus deudas, pero si ocurriera una terrible conflagración, todos los bienes de China en los la Unión Americana serian anulados, dijo el titular de BdeI, añadiendo que China y otros países beberían diversificar sus portafolios, reduciendo su dependencia en “la buena voluntad de otros países.”

China is the biggest holder of US debt with $1.245 trillion, according to US Treasury data. Over the past 12 months Beijing has cut its Treasury securities 1.3 percent from $1.261 trillion seen last year.

China es el más grande poseedor de bonos del tesoro estadounidenses con $1.245 billones, de acuerdo a datos del Dpto. del Tesoro de los EEUU. En los últimos doce meses Beijing ha reducido el numero de bonos norteamericanos en un 1.3 por ciento de los $1.261 billones que poseía el aniño pasado.

According to the most recent data from March, global central banks sold off $17 billion in US Treasuries. Since the beginning of the year the sell-off has reached $123 billion, which is the quickest pace since 1978.

De acuerdo a los más recientes datos de Marzo, los bancos centrales globales vendieron $17,000 millones de bonos del tesoro estadounidenses.  Desde principios de este año las ventas de dichos bonos han alcanzado la suma de $123,000 millones, la fluctuación más rápida desde 1978.

Russia has steadily shed US assets since the 2008 financial crisis, with holdings dropping from more than $200 billion in 2008 to $86 billion as of March this year.

Desde la crisis financiera de 2008 Rusia ha reducido sus bienes en EEUU a ritmo constante; cifras de marzo de este año revelan que de los $200,000 millones que tenia en 2008 ahora le quedan $86,000 millones.

In May, billionaire George Soros cut investment in US stocks by a third and acquired a $264 million stake in the world’s biggest bullion producer, Barrick Gold. En Mayo de este año, el multimillonario George Soros redujo un tercio  de su portafolio en EEUU y obtuvo $264 millones en oro de la empresa Barrick Gold.

 

Published time: 9 Jun, 2016 13:48

Washington may be forced to renege on its huge debt to Beijing under catastrophic circumstances, says the former head of the Bank of England Mervyn King. He suggests governments could mitigate risk by diversifying their assets. Who knows what the future holds, but China and other countries do not want to be in a situation where all their international assets are in effect dependent on the US,” said King, who was the Governor of the Bank of England from 2003 to 2013, in an article for Gold Investor magazine.

“Of course the US would not want to renege on its debts, but if some awful conflagration occurred, then all China’s assets in the US might be annulled,” said the former BoE chief, adding that China and other countries should diversify their portfolios, making them less dependent “on the goodwill of other countries.”

China is the biggest holder of US debt with $1.245 trillion, according to US Treasury data. Over the past 12 months Beijing has cut its Treasury securities 1.3 percent from $1.261 trillion seen last year.

According to the most recent data from March, global central banks sold off $17 billion in US Treasuries. Since the beginning of the year the sell-off has reached $123 billion, which is the quickest pace since 1978.

Russia has steadily shed US assets since the 2008 financial crisis, with holdings dropping from more than $200 billion in 2008 to $86 billion as of March this year.

In May, billionaire George Soros cut investment in US stocks by a third and acquired a $264 million stake in the world’s biggest bullion producer, Barrick Gold.

 

 

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