Korean Bonds Rise as Exports Plunge, Inflation Cools; Won GainsJiyeun Lee
South Korea’s bonds rose, building on a run of four monthly gains, as data showing a slide in exports and the slowest inflation since 2000 fanned speculation the central bank will cut interest rates. The won climbed to a four-month high before a Federal Reserve meeting ends today.
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