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    Macroeconomic Impacts of U.S Dollar Hegemony in Global Trade: Interconnectivity of the Yield Curve, World Price of Brent Crude, and Federal Debt Held by Foreign and International Investors by Ronningen, Austin A

    This paper attempts to construct an argument that U.S. Federal Debt is not merely an asset held by foreign governments as a form of investment. Instead, this has become an essential component to growth for foreign governments as nearly all commodities vital to economic growth are traded in U.S. dollars (USD). This paper encapsulates as many of the macroeconomic variables involved with predicting US treasury yields, the price of Brent Crude oil, and Federal Debt held by foreign governments by utilizing a 3SLS regression model, placing three seemingly unrelated predictive models for the yield curve, price of Brent Crude, and Federal Debt Held By Foreign and International Investors into conversation with one another. I find the price of commodities to be significantly positively correlated with the Federal Debt Held by Foreign and International Investors, supporting the notion that foreign governments have effectively relied on US Treasuries as means for obtaining USD’s necessary for conducting trade.

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    Macroeconomic Impacts of U.S Dollar Hegemony in Global Trade: Interconnectivity of the Yield Curve, World Price of Brent Crude, and Federal Debt Held by Foreign and International Investors by ,

    This paper attempts to construct an argument that U.S. Federal Debt is not merely an asset held by foreign governments as a form of investment. Instead, this has become an essential component to growth for foreign governments as nearly all commodities vital to economic growth are traded in U.S. dollars (USD). This paper encapsulates as many of the macroeconomic variables involved with predicting US treasury yields, the price of Brent Crude oil, and Federal Debt held by foreign governments by utilizing a 3SLS regression model, placing three seemingly unrelated predictive models for the yield curve, price of Brent Crude, and Federal Debt Held By Foreign and International Investors into conversation with one another. I find the price of commodities to be significantly positively correlated with the Federal Debt Held by Foreign and International Investors, supporting the notion that foreign governments have effectively relied on US Treasuries as means for obtaining USD’s necessary for conducting trade.

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    Macroeconomic Impacts of U.S Dollar Hegemony in Global Trade: Interconnectivity of the Yield Curve, World Price of Brent Crude, and Federal Debt Held by Foreign and International Investors by Ronningen, Austin A

    This paper attempts to construct an argument that U.S. Federal Debt is not merely an asset held by foreign governments as a form of investment. Instead, this has become an essential component to growth for foreign governments as nearly all commodities vital to economic growth are traded in U.S. dollars (USD). This paper encapsulates as many of the macroeconomic variables involved with predicting US treasury yields, the price of Brent Crude oil, and Federal Debt held by foreign governments by utilizing a 3SLS regression model, placing three seemingly unrelated predictive models for the yield curve, price of Brent Crude, and Federal Debt Held By Foreign and International Investors into conversation with one another. I find the price of commodities to be significantly positively correlated with the Federal Debt Held by Foreign and International Investors, supporting the notion that foreign governments have effectively relied on US Treasuries as means for obtaining USD’s necessary for conducting trade.