De-Dollarization Unveiled: The Global Shift and Its Implications

    Explore the latest developments in the global shift away from the U.S. dollar, known as de-dollarization. Understand the factors driving this trend, its implications, and what the future might hold for the world economy.

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    The recent turmoil in the banking sector, marked by the collapse of mid-size US banks and the crisis at Credit Suisse, echoes the 2008 financial crisis, raising concerns about the stability of the financial system. While the scope may not be as extensive as in 2008, the response of central banks with emergency measures reflects a concerted effort to uphold confidence and prevent a domino effect of financial instability.

    Dedollarisation: Shifting Away from the Dominance of the US Dollar in the Global Financial System

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