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Asia | 24 Aug 2020 The Improving Trade Picture will Keep the BoK at Bay, For Now
We expect the Monetary Policy Board of the Bank of Korea to keep its benchmark base rate unchanged on Thursday, at 0.50%.

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24 Aug 2020 The Improving Trade Picture will Keep the BoK at Bay, For Now

By Miguel Chanco

We expect the Monetary Policy Board of the Bank of Korea to keep its benchmark base rate unchanged on Thursday, at 0.50%.

Posted: 23rd Aug 2020 in 'Asia'

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