United States: Treasury International Capital Flows
|Updated:||4/15/2014 9:08 AM|
|Analyst:||Adam Goldin in West Chester|
Net long-term capital flows were positive in February, as net inflows to the U.S. were $85.7 billion. Official foreign investors increased their holdings of U.S. Treasury bonds and notes for the first time in three months, with net purchases of $16.6 billion, after lowering their holdings by $16.7 billion the previous month. Foreign private investors were net buyers of U.S. Treasury bonds and notes but sold off both U.S. corporate bonds and government agency bonds for the fourth month in a row. China sold off $2.7 billion in U.S. Treasury securities, lowering its total to $1.27 trillion.
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