Thursday, November 21, 2013

The Collapse Of America: The Writing Is Now Definitely On The Wall - China Caps Its Dollar Holdings And Plans Crude Oil Futures Priced In Yuan!

I have been watching all the economic news the last while, and what I see happening is definitely not pretty...Many of the reports of the impending collapse of the American economy have been purposely kept out of the Jewish run mainstream media, and I can see why... These criminals absolutely do not want the truth about the real state of the American economy to be seen by the average American.. Instead, these criminals are continuing to prop up the failing US economy and hope they can get their American slaves to go to war "one more time" for their glorious psycho state of Israel, this time against Iran.  Once these scumbags are finished with using their American minions to destroy all of Israel's enemies, they will pull the plug, allow the whole US economic mess to collapse, and let the United States disappear into oblivion...

It always has been my hope that this impending economic collapse would not happen any time soon, and therefore allow the American public the chance to actually wake up from this nightmare and do something immediately to save their nation... But now it may be too late, because according to this article, from the website: "Hang The Bankers" at www.hangthebankers.com, it appears that China will no longer be buying anymore US debt!  This is bad enough... But according to the same article, they will no longer be purchasing their petroleum in US dollars, but in their own currency, the Yuan.  This action could heralding the collapse of the Petro-Dollar scam as well!   Here is that important article for everyone to see right here... I do have my own thoughts and comments to follow:

dollar and euro banknotes China’s central bank has said it no longer sees any benefit in increasing its $3.66 trillion foreign currency reserves – already the world’s largest. China will cap its purchases of US dollars in an effort to limit the depreciation of the yuan.

“It’s no longer in China’s favor to accumulate foreign-exchange reserves,” Bloomberg quoted Yi Gang, a deputy governor at the central bank as saying Tuesday.

Decreasing the influence of the dollar and other currencies is a step closer to reaching China’s 2015 goal to “float” its currency and according to the People’s Bank of China will help the everyday Chinese citizen.

Between July and September 2013 China’s increased its foreign – currency holdings by $166 billion, boosting it to the world’s highest of $3.66 trillion. This is also more that the Gross domestic product of Germany – the Europe’s biggest economy, Bloomberg reports.

This will “basically” end the interference of foreign currency in the Chinese market, and widen the yuan’s daily trading range.

The move also provides a buffer to China from future US Federal Reserve stimulus tapering, which, even just as it looms, has had severe ripple effects on emerging market currencies in Brazil and India.

Tuesday minutes from the Fed’s policy meeting said it could start tapering its monthly $85 billion bonds purchases in the “coming months”, if the job market improves further. Fed members also weighed the possibility of slowing the purchases even without clear evidence of a strengthening job market. The news sent Asian stocks lower on Thursday, Japan an exception.

Hong Kong’s Hang Seng shed 0.7 percent to 23,539.83 and China’s Shanghai Composite decreased 1.1 percent to 2,183.50.

Once the yuan is set to free float, international transactions will be carried out in the Chinese currency, and it will become common in global trade, in league with the euro and dollar.

The Chinese yuan currently is the 13th most-used currency in the world for international payments.

The yuan has been dubbed a “hermit currency”, isolating itself from foreign investment and setting its own rules, but is now slowly entering world currency markets.

China’s planned crude oil futures may be priced in yuan – SHFE

The Shanghai Futures Exchange (SHFE) may price its crude oil futures contract in yuan and use medium sour crude as its benchmark, its chairman said on Thursday, adding that the bourse is speeding up preparatory work to secure regulatory approvals.

China, which overtook the United States as the world’s top oil importer in September, hopes the contract will become a benchmark in Asia and has said it would allow foreign investors to trade in the contract without setting up a local subsidiary.

“China is the only country in the world that is a major crude producer, consumer and a big importer. It has all the necessary conditions to establish a successful crude oil futures contract,” Yang Maijun, SHFE chairman, said at an industry conference.
SHFE Shanghai Futures Exchange
Yang’s presentation slides at the conference stated that the draft proposal is for the contract to be denominated in yuan and use the type of medium sour crude that China most commonly imports.

Industry participants with direct knowledge of the plan have said the contract would be priced in the yuan, otherwise known as the renminbi, and the U.S. dollar. Yang would not say whether yuan pricing was only for Chinese investors.

“The yuan has become more international and more recognised by the financial market,” Chen Bo, Chinese trading firm Unipec’s executive general manager, told Reuters.

“I don’t think it would be unacceptable for the world to use the renminbi for commodities trading.”

The contract pricing will exclude custom tariffs and value-added tax and allow for physical delivery in bonded storage areas, Yang said.

The SHFE is awaiting Beijing’s final approval to launch the contract. That may come soon as the bourse has set up an international energy trading platform in the Shanghai free-trade zone, which is touted as a testing ground for China’s financial reforms, especially on yuan convertability and interest rates.

The SHFE has previously said the contract has support from China’s top economic planner, the National Development and Reform Commission, the State Administration of Foreign Exchange and the China Securities Regulatory Commission.

A successful launch could pave the way for the opening of other Chinese commodities futures to more foreign investment.

SEE ALSO:

China, gold prices & US default threats
China calls for world to ‘de-Americanise’
US debt rises $328 billion in single day, surpasses $17 trillion for first time
The greatest debt crisis the world has ever seen is coming
Economic collapse is inevitable, here’s why…
China imports over 2,000 tons of gold in last two years
Chinese rush: 10,000 people waiting in line to buy gold
Russia emerges as world’s top gold buyer, adding 570 metric tons in last decade
Gold: Comex paper vs. Shanghai physical

Sources: http://rt.com/business/foreign-currency-china-reserves-075/
http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/11/21/china-crudeoil-idUSL4N0J62M120131121


NTS Notes:  I knew this day was eventually coming, and I and others have warned people for years to wake the hell up and take the Jewish criminal banksters responsible for our crushing debts out of our lives....But this news could definitely bring about the collapse that we have all dreaded...

The fact is that China has been buying US dollars for the last decade, and the US debt as a result....This purchasing of US dollars has been propping up the failing US economy for the last few years, and thus keeping the illusion around the world that the United States was economically stable... But now the Chinese can see that the US itself is failing and a lost cause.....They have now pulled the plug on buying any more toxic US debt.....

The other factor is of course the Chinese trading of Petroleum in Yuans rather than US dollars. This could make other nations give up their trading of Petroleum in US dollars as well.   Such action could see US dollars become useless in international trade... The net result could bring about hyperinflation in the US and accelerate the economic collapse even faster....  This is one reason why the US has pursued war with nations that have threatened to no longer trade their oil in US dollars, through the decades long "Petro-dollar" scam.  But is the US willing to go to war with nuclear armed China to keep the fraud "Petro-dollar" scam alive for a bit longer??

As I stated.. The writing is now on the wall, and the next while will be one of major upheaval and chaos in world markets... It does not bode well for the US itself, and early 2014 could indeed see the collapse of the American economy that everyone has long feared.....

Be prepared, everyone.. Things will indeed be interesting in the next while, and I will try my best to keep up with any reports and bring them here for everyone to see for themselves... Stay tuned...

More to come

NTS


2 comments:

Daniel Son said...

Have you read "The Present" at http://www.truthcontest.com yet? This is the truth that will turn our world right-side up. You will see what I mean when you read the first 3 pages.

Bonny Light Crude Oil said...

When Saddam said we are no longer buying oil in dollars look what happened to him, when Gaddafi said we are using gold to buy oil look what happened to him. No one can do that to China, China can do what it likes.