Global central banks dump U.S. debt at record pace
Global central banks are unloading America's debt.
In the first six months of this year, foreign central banks sold a net $192 billion of U.S. Treasury bonds, more than double the pace in the same period last year, when they sold $83 billion.
China, Japan, France, Brazil and Colombia led the pack of countries dumping U.S. debt.
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WNU Editor: These Central Bankers are watching the U.S. election and the polls very closely .... and they see a Hillary Clinton victory and a continuation of a policy that they are not comfortable with. Hence .... the sell-off.