Cen bank reserve shifts not all that meets the eye

This article published Thursday 27 July by Reuters says a close look at IMF reserve data, and the dollar's moves in recent years, suggests central banks may not be undertaking conventional reserve diversification.

"The widely held notion that central banks have been or are reducing the dollar share of their ever-expanding reserves, therefore, may be somewhat misplaced, suggesting the dollar's downside from central bank diversification is overstated."

According to an analysis of the IMF's intern

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