South Korean Bonds Fall on Fed Taper Speculation; Won WeakensYewon Kang
South Korea’s bonds fell, pushing the three-year yield to a two-week high, after U.S. economic data added to speculation the Federal Reserve will cut its stimulus sooner than investors expect. The won weakened.
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