Many articles have been written about Chinese and Indian economic development, often comparing the two countries. Two of the best items I have encountered recently were in France-Soir and The Economist. As one might expect from such erudite publications, they reached opposite conclusions. The Fractal Investor, always eager to muddy the water, might well arrive at a still different view. Read on.
The Japanese yen has long been one of the stars of the Fractal Investor show, though only recently has it started to shine brightly. Against the pound it has almost doubled (partly because that item has been sickly against virtually everything). It has also done well against more sensible currencies (e.g the US dollar... sensible? Well, I do have a vivid imagination).