The U.S. Dollar Losing Its Status As The Primary Reserve Currency? [INFOGRAPHIC]

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The U.S. dollar has been a stalwart of international trade over the majority of the last century. Around the time of the formation of the Eurozone, it reached its recent peak at 71.0% of official foreign exchange reserves. Since then, its composition of global reserves has more recently dropped to a more modest 62.9% in 2014.

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The U.S. Dollar Is Slowly Losing Its Status As The Primary Reserve Currency

Infographic source: Sputnik

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