South Korea's PMI rises to its highest level in a year, printing at 52 in March vs. 50.9...


South Korea's PMI rises to its highest level in a year, printing at 52 in March vs. 50.9 previously. Export orders - an area of particular concern given slowing overseas demand coupled with the plunging yen - rose at their fastest pace in two years. "Manufacturers reported strong demand from both China and Japan." EWY -6.2% YTD.
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