SIA Weekly: A Look at South Korea and China Equity Markets

SIA Weekly: A Look at South Korea and China Equity Markets




Another report came out that America now owes more money to China than any other nation as China’s holdings jumped $44 biillion to $1.15 trillion in June overtaking Japan as the U.S.’s biggest creditor. The buying and selling of foreign central banks and investors can have a big impact on the US government bond market and China’s actions can certainly have an impact as the biggest creditor.

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