Global reset – Monetary decoupling (Part 7: Currency wargame scenarios)

Global reset – Monetary decoupling (Part 7: Currency wargame scenarios) Phuah Eng Chye (11 September 2021) The greenback’s dominance has likely peaked. Too many factors are working against the USD and downside risks are growing. But it is unlikely there will be a clear victor in the forthcoming currency war either with the consensus view … “Global reset – Monetary decoupling (Part 7: Currency wargame scenarios)”

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Global reset – Monetary decoupling (Part 6: The forthcoming currency war)

Global reset – Monetary decoupling (Part 6: The forthcoming currency war) Phuah Eng Chye (28 August 2021) In the US-China confrontation, one of the developing battlefields is in currency. No other currency, perhaps gold is the closest, has been able to match the universal acceptance achieved by the USD. But is the era of USD … “Global reset – Monetary decoupling (Part 6: The forthcoming currency war)”

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Global reset – Monetary decoupling (Part 5: The end of USD supremacy – Will it be different this time?)

Global reset – Monetary decoupling (Part 5: The end of USD supremacy – Will it be different this time?) Phuah Eng Chye (14 August 2021) Currency dominance is one of the factors reinforcing global power. In the previous century, the US ascendency to global power was paralleled by the rise of the greenback displacing sterling. … “Global reset – Monetary decoupling (Part 5: The end of USD supremacy – Will it be different this time?)”

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Global reset – Monetary decoupling (Part 4: Lessons from Plaza Accord)

Global reset – Monetary decoupling (Part 4: Lessons from Plaza Accord) Phuah Eng Chye (31 July 2021) Observers are revisiting the US confrontation with the then rising economic power, Japan. Huijian Wu notes “in 1985, Japan overtook the United States as the world’s largest creditor, and products made in Japan flooded the world. The frenzied … “Global reset – Monetary decoupling (Part 4: Lessons from Plaza Accord)”

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