The central bank gave a slightly more optimistic view of the economy in a statement released after the decision.
North Korea’s Economy Expanded 1.8% in 2019, UNCTAD Says
Korea Bonds Whipsaw After BOK Has Traders Adrift on Rate Outlook
Asian currencies have had a turbulent start to the year as geopolitical tensions have helped revive fears.
High-Tech Korea Heads Into 2020s Clinging to Old-School Currency
Bank of Korea Holds Rate After Two Cuts, Reviews Outlook
Korean government bonds lost 2.1% in October, the worst-monthly performance since November 2016
Looming Rate Cut, Foreign Inflows, Belie Weakness in Korea Bonds
To Escape Low-Yield Badlands, South Korean Insurer Goes Global
South Korea Sold Net $3.8 Billion to Intervene in Currency in First Half of 2019
South Korean bonds are the poorest performers in Asia this year, but...
South Korea to Exclude Japan From Trade Whitelist This Week: Yonhap
South Korea’s export-driven economy is suffering from global trade tensions and prolonged weakness in tech demand.
South Korea Inflation Hits Record Low as Trade Feuds Sap Demand
South Korea’s Export Slump Extends to Ninth Month Amid Gloom
Bank of Korea Hints at Future Rate Cut as Risks to Economy Rise
Won Slips Below 1,200 First Time Since 2017 as Trade Woes Worsen
Some money managers have begun to warn the trade of Indian and Indonesian bonds is getting risky.
Governor Lee said the economy was recovering after an unexpected contraction during the first quarter.
Bond Traders Bet Bank of Korea Will Cut Again
Samsung has secured emergency supplies of three key materials that Japan had cut off as part of its export restrictions.