The Chinese yuan is in focus this morning. The emerging country’s leaders are in talks as we write to determine whether the yuan should be allowed to rise against the U.S. dollar, but cracks in the plan are beginning to appear. Chinese exchange traded funds (ETFs) benefit from a weak yuan, because it makes the country’s exports cheaper and far more competitive on the world stage. Here are more stories on China’s economy that may interest you:
- 5 ETFs for a Google-Less China
- ETF Strategies for Playing the BRICs
- The Top 10 ETFs Investors Are Trading
- Play the Chinese Yuan’s Fortunes With These ETFs
- China Real Estate ETFs May Be Undervalued
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