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American doller world reserve currency or time for alternative world reserve currency as the chinese recently spoke about

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I would like a report fully referenced into the current financial system, what keeps the dollar afloat and what allows the dollar and the USA to borrow at such high levels.
Is the Chinese idea of a new currency for global exchange a good one a new reserve currency and if so what would that look like.
What I am asking for is a fully referenced report using Harvard or apa 6th on the topic of the US dollar and its status as reserve currency and the transition to a new reserve currency that is global, also who would run this UN, IMF or a new organisation.

As China grows and its policy expands.

Also what would happen to the us dollar is for example oil was no longer sold in dollar’s but the new global reserve currency and also have some fun like a new name for the money like Global Dollar, World Peso, International Pound, Bulionarino I don’t know original and well meaning.

So Were is the world going
How can finance be managed
Will the new reserve currency be solely digital??? no cash money
Will the new currency eventually become national currency and who will control it
Even who controls it and how is the money given value i.e gold standard from usa
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I think we are the cusp of a new way of thinking,
You can also look at the fiction and reference fiction but i want critical analysis and strong debate
History in finance is great
stock markets exchanges and Ponzi schemes to be discussed.

Need solid references from scholarly articles, books etc. etc.

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