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Uk Gobbling Us Treasuries

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http://www.ustreas.gov/tic/mfh.txt

Terrific, UK is on target to double our US treasury holdings

since January 2005. At this rate, it would only be a year

before we hold more than China and move into second place

behind Japan.

Also looks like we hold more than the entire Euro zone

countries combined.

[thanks to link from karzy0 on Kitco forum]

I get a warm safe feeling deep inside from these stats.

Pent

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Why buy US debt? - cause GB wants to.

Just like he sold the Gold reserves a few years ago for next to nothing.

Now he's buying Debt from the most highly indebted nation on earth.

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http://www.ustreas.gov/tic/mfh.txt

Terrific, UK is on target to double our US treasury holdings

since January 2005. At this rate, it would only be a year

before we hold more than China and move into second place

behind Japan.

Also looks like we hold more than the entire Euro zone

countries combined.

[thanks to link from karzy0 on Kitco forum]

I get a warm safe feeling deep inside from these stats.

Pent

Amazing stats!

Looks like a good investment to me... NOT!

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