Then, we will have the beginning of a new era of international relations that will be the near end of the Dollar as the world reserve currency
With cryptocurrency and all the technology thats coming, it seems to me that technology is running ahead of us in our ability to look at how currency is managed around the world, how cash flows are managed, and the impact it could have on how we have used reserve currency
in the world for about the last 100 years.
A reserve currency
lasts no longer than foreign confidence in its holder's ability to pay its bills.
Another argument for having a global reserve currency
is that foreign borrowing becomes cheaper.
"Since there is pressure on the dollar reserve, I think the move towards the Chinese yuan would be a positive step for both Pakistan and China," he added.He also said that Pakistan adopted yuan as a reserve currency
under its financial management strategy.
Third, I trace the RMB's evolution as a reserve currency
Only if and when paper dollars are demonetized will greenbacks cease being the reserve currency
. The risk of demonetization of the dollar is very low.
Instead, the renminbi has gained no ground as a reserve currency
and probably won't as long as China's financial markets remain largely closed, underdeveloped and subject to government meddling.
China's central bank has said that the yuan will gradually emerge as a reserve currency
, according to Reuters.
The Chinese yuan officially joined the USD, the Euro, the Japanese Yen and the British Pound Sterling as a global reserve currency
Critics argue that the move is largely symbolic and the yuan does not fully meet IMF reserve currency
criteria of being freely usable, or widely used to settle trade or widely traded in financial markets.
Drawing on lessons learnt from the euro crisis, and consistent with Fitch's longstanding approach, those gaining most from euro adoption would be countries with weak external finances, as they would benefit from the reserve currency
status of the euro, high level of loans in euros to the private and government sectors (or high "euroisation") which would benefit from the neutralisation of exchange rate risk on the economy, and a fixed exchange rate.