Foreign investor demand falls

Investor's Business Daily
May 2013
Investors Business Daily;5/16/2013, pA02
U.S. long-term securities saw a net outflow of $13.5 bil in March. It also was the 2nd straight month of weak foreign demand, after Feb.'s net $13.3 bil outflow, due in part to improving economic prospects overseas. Net foreign purchases of Treasuries more than doubled to $5.3 bil from $2.6 bil. China shed $1.4 bil of Treasuries but was still the world's biggest holder at $1.25 tril.


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