Dollar Collapse News
“The U.S. dollar is now trading at its lowest level against the Swiss franc since Jan. of 2015,” Schiff tweeted. The franc is leading the way, but other currencies will soon follow. 2021 may be the worst year ever for the U.S. dollar, at least until 2022,” the economist added. Imports into the US of gold, silver and other precious metals surged last year.
Major stock market benchmarks in the U.S. and Europe hit record highs. Bond prices surged as yields tumbled, thanks to looser monetary policy from major central banks, including the U.S. Luxury assets, however, were weighed down, partly by lack of Asian demand. Chinese buyers account for around one-third of world-wide sales for big luxury companies. People have realized you can’t just buy stuff and expect the value to go up,” said Andrew Shirley, a partner at global real estate consulting firm Knight Frank and editor of the group’s Wealth Report.
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The effect of all this closure is to remove what the markets see as the main outstanding risks, thus clearing the way for financial asset prices to rocket to the moon in 2020. Indian state refiners are planning to cut oil imports from Saudi Arabia by about a quarter in May, in an escalating stand-off with Riyadh following OPEC’s decision to ignore calls from New Delhi to help the global economy with higher supply. Indian Oil Corp, Bharat Petroleum Corp., Hindustan Petroleum Corp and Mangalore Refinery and Petrochemicals Ltd are preparing to lift about 10.8 million barrels in May, the sources said on condition of anonymity.
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The dollar has declined against most major currencies over the past six months. Other analysts are also predicting a sharp loss of value.
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But we would see it coming, and it would be neither cheap nor easy. Apart from US gold reserves, there are only a small amount of currencies to protect the US if the Dollar were to become unacceptable for international payment. US foreign exchange reserves are structured so that the Dollar is the only global reserve currency. The UN mid-year review of the world economy did not get extensive coverage. Their economic division said that a crisis of confidence in the Dollar, stemming from the falling value of foreign Dollar holdings, would imperil the global financial system.
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The counter to my case for dollar weakness also rests on the reserve status of the U.S. currency as the linchpin of world financial markets. All trading nations, goes the argument, have to hold the dollar as the price for doing business in an increasingly integrated dollar-based world economy.
Here’s another related myth that persists among many investors. I persistently hear that the growth rate of our money supply is exploding. That belief has probably been fueled by those commercials that recommend buying gold because central banks are printing money like Weimar Germany all over again. The fact is that M2, a broad measure of the money supply, hasn’t been growing at rates that would suggest rampant inflation should be expected. The following data is from the St. Louis Federal Reserve’s web site and presents the last five years of growth in M2.
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And when interest rates go up, the US will not even be able to service the debt. But just as the coronavirus sped up that fall of the US and world economy, Biden will be the catalyst for an accelerated decline of the US. Both events would have happened anyway but probably not as dramatically as with these two powerful catalysts – CV and Biden. But what is guaranteed is that Biden’s policies will bankrupt America much faster than Trump’s. The profligate democrats will forgive trillions of debt, increase spending and reduce taxes for the masses. The Chinese understand the long game and they have infinite patience.
When the world goes into a prolonged recession or depression, people lose confidence in their paper wealth and shift into tangible assets, hence, guitar prices appreciate significantly. The VGP50 price index shows above-average price rises during the 2008 financial crisis.
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With China and the euro zone accounting for 40% of U.S. trade, I would be the first to concede that the math of a dollar crash won’t add up unless those two currencies rise significantly, as I expect. Moreover, with both economies plagued by long standing current-account surpluses — albeit sharply reduced in China in recent years — currency appreciation is the classic cure for such imbalances. From the trade war to the coronavirus war to the distinct possibility of a new Cold War, the negative case for China has never been stronger in the U.S. than it is today. Notwithstanding these concerns, the broad renminbi index constructed by the BIS is up 53% from its December 2004 lows in real effective terms. My forecast that a 35% decline in the value of dollar could well be in the offing is couched in terms of the comparison between the U.S. and the currencies of a broad basket of America’s trading partners. Individual components in this basket are weighted by country-specific trade shares with the U.S. and expressed in real terms to capture shifting inflation differentials. As an economist, I care most about currency-related shifts in international competitiveness.
Indeed, foreign investor demand for US dollars, equities and bonds surged earlier this year amid worries over a global economic recession, pushing the US currency to a three-year high in March. True, this would not mean a collapse, and Holger Schmieding, the chief economist at Berenberg Bank, agrees with this opinion.
If the Federal Reserve creates money and the U.S. government assumes and monetizes debt faster than the U.S. economy grows, the future value of the currency could fall in absolute terms. Fortunately for the United States, virtually every alternative currency is backed by similar economic policies. Even if the dollar faltered in absolute terms, it may still be stronger globally, due to its strength relative to the alternatives. Finally, the much-vaunted U.S. economic model, with its free market ideology, flexible labor force, and robust financial sector, may well have also crested.
While we cover all aspects of the ongoing collapse of the US dollar financial system, we do it from a free market view. In fact we are the most thoroughly free market newsletter there is as all editors, writers and analysts for TDV are libertarian purists (anarcho-capitalists) grounded in free-market Austrian economics. Stephen Roach, the former chairman of Morgan Stanley Asia, recently told CNBC that the “seemingly crazed idea” of a U.S. dollar collapse could come to fruition. Well before the coronavirus pandemic, global economists expected a grim-looking American economy and during the last ten months of the Covid-19 outbreak, the U.S. financial system looks even worse. Economists and analysts say the biggest concern is the U.S. dollar faltering into the unknown, as a great number of distinguished individuals believe the USD will see a significant value decline in 2021.
The argument that there is no alternative to the U.S. currency makes little sense. Moreover, to the extent a weaker dollar is symptomatic of an exploding current-account deficit, look for a sharp widening of America’s trade deficit.
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You can learn more about the standards we follow in producing accurate, unbiased content in oureditorial policy. Today, the IMF uses the other reserves as a discipline on Fed activity. The dollar is backed up by the productivity of American workers, or at least so long as American workers continue to use the dollar almost exclusively. Finally, the American economy is still the largest and most important economy in the world. Even though growth has slowed significantly since 2001, the American economy still regularly outperforms its peers in Europe and Japan. have all experienced terrible currency crises since 1900. Depending on the definition of “collapse,” the Russian currency calamity during 2014 could be considered another example.
At any rate, investors in aggregate don’t appear to be concerned about rampant inflation. As to the forecast of economists, the Philadelphia Federal Reserve’s First Quarter 2013 Survey of Professional Forecasters has a 10-year forecast of 2.3 percent. Again, they don’t believe rampant inflation is likely, let alone inevitable. The compound rate of growth was 6.5 percent over this five-year period.
Meghan Markle believes a Biden victory is the only way that the US can be saved, primarily because she can’t stand Trump . It probably doesn’t matter who wins the election when is comes to stopping the crash of the US economy and currency. Today the man who has become legendary for his predictions on QE and historic moves in currencies and metals warned we will soon see the US dollar crash and a new world currency will be unleashed. Even so, the dollar’s share of official foreign-exchange reserves has declined from a little over 70% in 2000 to a little less than 60% today, according to the BIS. That downtrend could gather momentum in the years ahead, especially with the U.S. currently leading the charge in de-globalization and decoupling. With America’s share of reserves well in excess of its share in world GDP and trade, such a correction might well be inevitable in an increasingly fragmented, multi-polar world.
Since mid-June the dollar has dipped 1.6% against a broad basket of currencies, and a bit more than 2.0% against the euro and has turned in a mixed performance against various emerging currencies. That said, the dollar is trading near two-year lows against the euro and has fallen some 7.5% against the European single currency since mid-March.
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If the U.S. political economy shifts further away from unfettered capitalism, doubts about its ability to consistently deliver above-average returns will erode the dollar’s long-term attractiveness in the world’s foreign exchange markets. Both are politically unpopular and are typically resisted by citizens. The government takes the same value in both circumstances, but inflation is rarely recognized or protested by the people. The intrinsic value of the USD is zero; fiat currency is not good for anything and has no true purpose. It is a mere piece of paper that cannot be redeemed for gold or any other commodity that has real value. Therefore, any price put on a dollar means it is overpriced. In the long run, the value of the USD, like all fiat currency, will collapse down to its true market value of zero and be worthless.