Nail This Chart On Your Wall To Remind You Who's Most Upset When The US Dollar Weakens

If you’re ever wondering who gets the most upset when the U.S. devalues the dollar, here’s a quick visual guide from Societe Generale.

It details the biggest holders of of U.S. dollar reserves in the world, starting with China, Japan, and OPEC.

So when Chinese economists, or Middle Eastern governments, push for a switch to a multi-polar currency world, don’t be surprised.

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Photo: Societe Generale

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