Foreign c banks' slow buying of U.S. debt - Fed

Figures released by the Federal Reserve showed purchases of US debt slowed by foreign central banks last week. Total holdings of Treasuries and agencies for foreign central banks rose just $102 million to hit another record at just over $1.045 trillion in the week ended 10 December.

Source: Reuters

Foreign central banks slowed their purchases of U.S. debt in the latest week, even as the dollar's recent slide to a three-year low against the yen prompted suspected dollar buying by Japanese

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