China’s real effective exchange rate (REER) looks overstretched based on its relationship with the country's productivity, while the Korean won (KRW) looks mildly undervalued, suggesting more upside potential, according to a new report by Standard Chartered Bank. The bank analyzes Asian currencies based on real effective exchange rate, which is the weighted average of a […]
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