Treasury Holdings: Who Are the Major Foreign Holders of U.S. Treasury Securities?

Treasury Holdings: Who Are the Major Foreign Holders of U.S. Treasury Securities? Currently, the two major foreign holders of U.S. Treasury securities are Japan and China. Japan surpasses China as largest foreign holder of U.S. Treasuries. Image: Department of the Treasury/Federal Reserve Board Click the Image to Enlarge

Foreign Bank Assets and Loans in China

Foreign Bank Assets and Loans in China This interesting chart shows that foreign banks have a very small footprint in China. Image: Institute of International Finance

Total U.S. Treasury Holdings by Foreigners

Total U.S. Treasury Holdings by Foreigners Japan and China are the two major foreign holders of U.S. Treasury securities. And currently, Japan surpasses China. Image: Bianco Research

Foreign Holdings of U.S. Treasury Securities by Selected Countries

Foreign Holdings of U.S. Treasury Securities by Selected Countries Japan and China are the two major foreign holders of U.S. Treasury securities. Currently, Japan surpasses China as largest foreign holder of U.S. Treasuries. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

China A-shares Held by Foreign Investors

China A-shares Held by Foreign Investors Despite the opening of the Chinese financial markets, foreign investors hold just 3% of of all China A-shares. Image: The Institute of International Finance

Has the United States Ever Imported a Recession from a Single Foreign Country?

Has the United States Ever Imported a Recession from a Single Foreign Country? The biggest U.S. trade partners are: China, Canada, Mexico, Japan, Germany, South Korea, United Kingdom and France. So far, the US has never imported a recession from a single foreign country. A Chinese recession would be bad for the U.S. and the…