Korea Won Retreats From 16-Month High on Fed Minutes; Bonds FallSeyoon Kim
South Korea’s won retreated from a 16-month high after the Federal Reserve indicated it may end monetary stimulus that boosts the supply of dollars in 2013. Government bonds declined after the Bank of Korea signaled it will not be adding to last year’s two interest-rate cuts.
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