World Bank president Robert Zoellick said recently that the U.S. can no longer assume its position as the economic superpower will remain unchallenged, and that the days of the U.S. dollar being the preferred global currency are coming to an end.
Zoellick also stated that it would be a mistake to think that the dollar be the major reserve currency in the world as well. Other currencies expected to gain more favor and global acceptance are the Chinese renminbi and the euro.
In other words in the mid-term future there will be more options as the U.S. dollar continues to be battered under the misguided policies of the Obama administration and the Federal Reserve printing press.
In remarks considered unusual for a World Bank president, Zoeller also criticized the Obama administration for attempts to make the Federal Reserve even more powerful, while saying the Treasury Department should be vested with more power because of the oversight Congress now has over it, which at this time the Federal Reserve doesn't have.