The US dollar – China – Korea

Many countries don’t like the US dollar falling as it weakens their exporters. Many of those same countries also need to grow their exports to China to sustain economic growth.

This is particularly true for South Korea; China is its biggest trading partner and the US is next. But with the dollar falling, and Chinese currency pegged to the dollar, South Korea is going to have a hard time finding answers, especially considering that China is not ready to reform its currency system.

As I wrote about a month ago, this does not seem like the time for me to invest in the KOSPI index.

2 Responses to “The US dollar – China – Korea”

  1. angela embrey says:

    how can one buy chinese yuan and take delivery here form U.S. thanks

  2. Chris says:

    As a Newbie, I am always searching online for information that can help me. Thank you