China Appetite for US Assets – Campbell – FinancialTimes 03-19-2019
Posted: Tuesday, March 26, 2019

A shrinking Chinese current account surplus poses problems for US public and private sectors. Trade tensions between Washington and Beijing have fixed all eyes on China’s large goods trade surplus with the US. While the likelihood of an outright trade war is hard to gauge, largely overlooked is another threat arriving with near certainty from the world’s second-largest economy — the end of China’s large current account surplus. Without those large surpluses, China will probably cut back its purchases of US financial assets, just as Treasury bond issuance surges and corporate America needs to refinance more of its debt.

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