The collapse of the Bretton Woods system did not create chaos, nor did the collapse of the international gold standard in the 1930s. The 1971 crisis was caused by a gradual loss of confidence in the dollar. In 1970, funds began to move at a huge rate between the U.S. dollar and financial centers in Europe and Japan. In the 1950s, the USD increasingly took on the golden function as the main international reserve asset. Despite its name, the World Bank has not been (and is) not the central bank of the world. At the time of the Bretton Woods agreement, the World Bank was created to lend to European countries devastated by the Second World War. The World Bank`s focus has shifted to lending to economic development projects in emerging countries. It was expected that these exchange rate changes would be quite rare. However, the notion of fundamental imbalance, while essential to the functioning of the nominal value system, has never been defined in detail. Post-war global capitalism suffered from a huge shortage of dollars. The U.S.
had huge trade surpluses and U.S. reserves were huge and growing. It was necessary to reverse this river. Although all nations wanted to buy U.S. exports, the dollars had to leave the United States and be available for international use so that they could do so. In other words, the United States should reverse global prosperity imbalances by chartering a trade deficit financed by the U.S. outfed of reserves to other nations (a deficit in the U.S. fiscal balance). The United States could have a financial deficit, either by building plants, or by building plants, or by foreign nations. Remember that speculative investments were discouraged by the Bretton Woods agreement. Imports from other nations were not attractive in the 1950s because American technology was up to date at that time.
This is how multinationals and global aid from the United States originated.  All attempts to maintain the link failed in November 1968, and a new political agenda attempted to transform the Bretton Woods system into an enforcement mechanism that led to the gold bond set either by Fiat`s policy or by a restriction on the honour of foreign accounts. The collapse of the gold reserve and the refusal of pool members to negotiate gold with private companies – March 18, 1968, the U.S. Congress reversed the request for 25% support for the dollar`s gold – and the U.S. commitment to suspend gold sales to governments operating in private markets, which led to the expansion of private gold markets.  in which the price of gold rose significantly more than the official price of the dollar.   The gold reserves of the United States remained depleted due to the actions of certain nations, particularly France, which continued to build their own gold reserves.