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Korea: one more rate hike left

The Bank of Korea (BoK) today raised interest rates by a further 25bps (to 3.25%) and the accompanying hawkish statement suggests the tightening cycle still has a little further to run. We are tweaking our forecasts for next year and now expect one more 25bps hike at the central bank’s January meeting.

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