Who all will Sink with America? US Treasury Holders details


source: http://www.economysavvy.com/2011/07/us-treasury-holders.html

As the discussions on the debt ceiling  in US continue and the Credit Rating Agencies mull on the downgrade of the US debt let’s go through the major US Treasury holders.

The major US treasury holders end of  May 2011 are as below :

China Mainland – 1159.80 Billion USD – It is app. 26% of the total treasury holdings by foreigners.

Japan – The second largest holder of US treasury holds 912.4 Billion USD.  Yesterday the dollar has fallen against the Yen to 77.60 its lowest level since its all time low of 76.25 on 17 March. The stronger yen will affect the export driven economy to a great extent.

United Kingdom (incl. Channel Islands and Isle of Man) -  346.5 billion USD.

Oil Exporters (incl. Ecuador, Venezuela, Indonesia, Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait,Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Algeria, Gabon, Libya, and Nigeria) – 229.8 Billion USD

Brazil – 211.40 Billion USD

Taiwan – 153.4 Billion USD

Carib Bnkng Ctrs (Caribbean Banking Centers include Bahamas, Bermuda,Cayman Islands, Netherlands Antilles and Panama. Beginning with new series for June 2006, also includes British Virgin Islands.) – 148.3 Billion USD

Hong Kong – 121.9 Billion USD

Russia – 115.2 Billion USD

Switzerland – 108.2 Billion USD

Canada – 90.7 Billion USD

Luxembourg – 68 Billion USD

Germany – 61.2 Billion USD

Thailand – 59.8 Billion USD

Singapore – 57.4 Billion USD

India – 41.0 Billion USD

Source : Department of the Treasury/Federal Reserve Board

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