$65 Trillion of Derivatives Debt Sparks Concern

$65 trillion of derivatives debt sparks concern

Bloomberg Markets and Finance published this video item, entitled “$65 Trillion of Derivatives Debt Sparks Concern” – below is their description.

There’s a hidden risk to the global financial system embedded in the $65 trillion of dollar debt being held by non-US institutions via currency derivatives, according to the Bank for International Settlements. Alex Harris has more on “Bloomberg Triple Take.”

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