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Asia | 3 Oct 2019 Don't Expect the Bank of Korea to Flinch from this Week's Soft Data
This week's main economic data from Korea--the last batch before the BoK meets on the 16th--missed consensus expectations, further fuelling speculation that it will cut rates for a second time, after pausing in August.

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3 Oct 2019 Don't Expect the Bank of Korea to Flinch from this Week's Soft Data

By Freya Beamish

This week's main economic data from Korea--the last batch before the BoK meets on the 16th--missed consensus expectations, further fuelling speculation that it will cut rates for a second time, after pausing in August.

Posted: 3rd Oct 2019 in 'Asia'

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