An employee looks at stacks of US dollars at the KEB-Hana Bank in Seoul. Should the US dollar begin to lose some of its strength, Asian currencies may be the ones to pick up the slack. Photo: EPA/Yonhap
Neal Kimberley
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by Neal Kimberley

Is the US dollar’s long climb about to end? And, if so, where should you put your money?

  • Neal Kimberley says market watchers are on the alert for a slide in the US dollar, and Asian currencies may be the ones to benefit when the time comes, although that may not be before 2019

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An employee looks at stacks of US dollars at the KEB-Hana Bank in Seoul. Should the US dollar begin to lose some of its strength, Asian currencies may be the ones to pick up the slack. Photo: EPA/Yonhap
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