Here's the Case for Korea to Surprise With a Rate Cut This Week

  • Exports fell by the most since 2009, inflation is below 1%
  • Bond yields slide as rate-cut bets increase in money market

A deepening slowdown in South Korea is strengthening market signals of an interest-rate cut on Friday, something most economists say is unlikely to happen this year.

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