The other black swan

24 November 2010 By John Foley

Asia’s markets aren’t pricing for nuclear war after North Korea opened fire on the South. China, which has the most influence over the hermit state, has good reason to prefer stability. But reopened political fault lines make financial and economic accord all the more important.

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