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Bank of Korea to cut rates in May

The Bank of Korea left its policy rate on hold today (at 3.5%) and attempted to push back against expectations for an early rate cut. However, with inflation likely to be back to target soon and domestic demand struggling, we expect easing to begin in May, sooner than when most other analysts expect.

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