China and Japan are holding fewer US Treasuries. What happens next?

China and Japan together hold 35% of US Treasuries outstanding, according to new US Treasury data. But that figure is decreasing and there are no big buyers stepping up to take their place. A lack of buyers for US Treasuries means higher borrowing costs. Time to buckle up.
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