- Petrodollar recycling - Wikipedia
Petrodollar recycling is the international spending or investment of a country's revenues from petroleum exports ("petrodollars") It generally refers to the phenomenon of major petroleum-exporting nations, mainly the OPEC members plus Russia and Norway, earning more money from the export of crude oil than they could efficiently invest in their own economies
- Petrodollar: Definition, Collapse, System, Recycling
The petrodollar is any U S dollar paid to oil-exporting countries in exchange for oil Since the dollar is a global currency, all international transactions are priced in dollars As a result, oil-exporting nations must receive dollars That makes their national income dependent on the dollar's value If it falls, so does the government's revenue
- China about to knock out petrodollar by trading oil in . . .
The Chinese government announced plans to start a crude oil futures contract priced in yuan and convertible into gold earlier this year The contract will enable the country's trading partners to pay with gold or to convert yuan into gold without the necessity to keep money in Chinese assets or turn it into US dollars
- Donald Trump, Saudi Arabia, and the Petrodollar - Gold . . .
Jim Rickards: Obama’s Abandoning the Saudis for Iran and Dooming the Petrodollar Demise of the Petrodollar Trump Left Saudi Arabia Off His Immigration Ban… Here’s the Shocking Reason Why Trump and a New Gold-Backed Dollar
- U. S. Dollar Will Collapse When This Upcoming Event Happens . . .
To understand the answer to the question of "When will the fiat US dollar collapse?", we have to watch the petrodollar system and the factors affecting it
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- Are Russia And China Trying To Kill The Dollar? - forbes. com
While it is a somewhat different issue, Turkey is also angry that a tweet by Trump last week doubling tariffs on imports of Turkish steel has caused Turkey’s currency, the lira, to crash more