Korea’s Three-Year Yield Declines to Record Low on Rate Cut BetsMoonyoung Tae
South Korea’s government bonds rose, pushing the three-year yield to a record low, as minutes of the central bank’s February monetary policy review fueled speculation that a reduction in borrowing costs is imminent.
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