Preface About the Author Chapter 1 An unconventional trade feud Chapter 2 Trade imbalances and the greenback Chapter 3 De-globalization prompts de-dollarization Chapter 4 China-US financial decoupling Chapter 5 A race on the digital turf Chapter 6 Cryptocurrency and the people's money Chapter 7 Foreign reserves go digital Chapter 8 The endgame Index
RAYMOND YEUNG graduated with a PhD in Economics from Queen's University in Canada and is a holder of the Financial Risk Manager (FRM) certification. He began his economist career one week prior to the Asian Financial Crisis in 1997. He is currently Chief Economist Greater China at Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited (ANZ), leading an award-winning team covering the region's macroeconomic and financial market research. His insights have received strong following, including institutional investors, corporate treasurers, and central banks. He speaks frequently in industry conferences and shares his views on Bloomberg, Financial Times, CNBC, Di Yi Cai Jin, and Caixin. Prior to joining ANZ, Raymond was Deputy Head of Economic Research Asia at Swiss Re. He is a Council member of China Chief Economist Forum and a columnist in the Chinese media.