May 142013

The US Dollar continues to lose ground as the world’s reserve currency.

A press release from the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT) shows that the value of payments using Chinese Yuan currency grew by 171 percent between January 2012 and January 2013.

In January 2013 alone, payments in the Chinese currency grew in value by 24 percent from December, pushing the Yuan past the Russian Rouble to the thirteenth slot for world currency payments.

Payments Using Chinese Yuan Continue to Surge as Currency Tops Russian Rouble in Popularity


  4 Responses to “Payments In Chinese Yuan Surge”

  1. I’m rellay into it, thanks for this great stuff!

  2. oj, oj , det är nog lika i alla hushåll, även här. Och ingen märker ens vad man gör. Som tur är, gör shopping en lite gladare! Trevlig helg!

  3. Ã… :))) tusen tusen takk Monica!! SÃ¥ snill du er som tok bilder av kjøkkenhÃ¥ndkleet. Det er nydelig. 🙂 Og farfars hus er sÃ¥ skjønt. SÃ¥ lyst og trivelig dere har det. Ja nÃ¥ er det vakkert høstvær her ogsÃ¥. Det nytes hele dagen lang. God lørdag til deg og dine. Klem Merethe

  4. This Christmas, perhaps we should reflect on even more evidence of the Roman origin of Christianity by noticing that the Roman celebration of Dies Natalis of Sol Invictus, or “The Birthday of the unconquerable Sun”, was celebrated on December 25th. The god, Sol Invictus is depicted on the Roman coins wearing his – you guessed it – crown of thorns. Could it get anymore clear that Christianity originates from a secret group of Roman Sun worship? For me, it can’t get any clearer.

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