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Qatar Says Worried About Value of Dollar, Euro: CNBC


(Reuters) – Wealthy Qatar, a major investor in U.S. and European assets, worries that haphazard attempts by countries to shore up their economies could weaken the dollar and the euro, its prime minister said.

“What should happen is we should have a full package with a full strategy to solve the problems,” Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim al-Thani, who also heads the country’s sovereign wealth fund, Qatar Investment Authority (QIA), told U.S. financial broadcaster CNBC in an interview aired on Friday.

This month the U.S. Federal Reserve announced a program of heavy purchases of mortgage-backed securities in an effort to boost employment, but the U.S. government has so far failed to reassure financial markets that it has an effective plan to cut its budget deficit and boost economic growth.

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