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Korea: tightening cycle to finish by end-year

The Bank of Korea today raised its main policy rate by 25bp (to 2.5%) and signaled further hikes in the months ahead. However, with the central bank becoming more concerned about economic growth and inflation set to drop back, we think the tightening cycle will come to an end later this year.

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