Bank of Korea
December 15, 2016
Four 25-basis point interest rate cuts from August 2014 to June 2015 were followed more recently by yet another 25-bp reduction in June of this year. South Korea’s 7-day repo rate now stands at 1.25%, a record low. A policy statement released today. South Korea is sustaining only modest growth, and inflation is low with diminishing upward pressure on non-oil items lately. In addition to the global political and financial market uncertainties, an impeachment process involving President Park represents another risk factor.
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