你的美元有多安全?

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中国官员和全球的私人投资者正在担忧美元投资是否安全。由于中国政府持有的 2 万亿美元的外汇中的大多数是美元,他们有理由担心未来美元的走向。对于那些持有少量美元的投资者来说,虽然可以较容易地转成其他币种,他们也在反思是否应该转成非美元资产 —— 或者是完全抛弃美元。

对美元未来的担忧原因各有不同,但也相互关联。美元的走势长期处于下滑通道么?美国政府的不断攀升的赤字是否会导致通胀甚至是破产?随着经济的复苏,商业银行的过多储备是否会导致通胀出现?

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