The Bank of Korea left interest rates unchanged (at 3.5%) for a second consecutive meeting today, and attempted to push back against expectations of a rate cut this year. But with the economy struggling badly and inflation continuing to ease, we are sticking with our view that the BoK will start cutting rates in August, much earlier than when others are expecting.
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