The sharp increase in US sovereign debt yields in the past few months is unlikely to result in central bankers ending their decade-long pursuit of foreign exchange diversification, according to delegates attending National Asset and Liability Management Americas 2018.
Central banks have sought alternatives to US dollar sovereign assets by investing in a greater range of reserve-currency sovereign debt, agency-backed and corporate debt, equities and other instruments.
This was partly the result
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