I've said it before and I'll say it again: this continuing rise in will have negative implications that transcend beyond the borders of the and have an influence on the entire world. This exceptional rise in , which has not been seen on the global stage in over two decades, has become a significant concern in recent years. Especially given its far-reaching consequences for governments, businesses, and even individuals. Because it is armed with a strong shield, the US dollar.
And, while the global economy is forced to adjust to US actions, the US dollar's supremacy has a direct impact on it. In the sense that even countries that have a strong and independent economy and have no interest in the dollar will be affected, and they will be forced to follow the example of the dollar, because of its supremacy as a worldwide currency.
This growing trend in has global and local implications for businesses, investments, and economies. And if it is not contained, it has the potential to exacerbate the discrepancy between global economies and extend the economic gap between countries, as if it were a vicious spiral that only leads to economic crises. The impact of increased on the corporate world is evident, as higher borrowing costs lower capital expenditures, stifling growth and impeding expansion plans. Similarly, the investment landscape becomes harder when high restrict capital flows and investor confidence.
No area of the economy will be spared from the negative effects of the dollar's supremacy, including real estate, manufacturing, consuming, and other industries that will bear the brunt of this higher interest rate growth. Here, I emphasize the importance of addressing this issue on a worldwide scale through international cooperation.
It is no secret that the 's decisions are merely reactions to internal problems. When making decisions that influence the entire planet from north to south, they do not think beyond their territorial limits. The dollar's supremacy as a worldwide reserve currency force other countries to follow their lead, and they are driven to boost in response to fluctuations in the US dollar.
As an example of how the United States' decisions affect the global economy as a whole, we see emerging or developing countries, for example, being affected by the rise in , as their economy is almost completely paralyzed, even though they are thousands of kilometers away from America. High- raise borrowing costs for businesses, governments, and even people, limiting chances for growth and development, as well as decreasing investor appetite for those countries and affecting the value of national currencies. As a result, national products and services lose competitiveness in foreign marketplaces. As a result, investment prospects will dwindle and job opportunities would vanish.
Despite this, it is evident that the United States is more preoccupied with internal difficulties than with the long-term repercussions of its financial policies on the global economy. As a result, we must work together to discover a means to liberate ourselves from the shackles that bind our economies, and this begins with the united effort of all countries, regardless of their economic condition. Ignoring these concerns leads to a shaky global economy by any measure.
In conclusion, I urge decision-makers and world leaders to act before the axe falls on the head and to collaborate to coordinate their monetary policies and implement strategies to avoid an exacerbation of the situation, and to ensure that no harm is done to the global economy before it is too late. The only way to support economic sustainability and global stability is to achieve this balance.