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Bank of Korea keeps open the possibility of rate cuts

The Bank of Korea left its policy rate on hold today (at 3.5%), but kept open the possibility of rate cuts later this year. However, with inflation concerns continuing to linger, we are pushing back the timing of when we think the central bank will cut interest rates.

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