Why the World Should Watch the Bank of Korea's Rates Meeting

  • Bond yields reached a record low last week on rate-cut bets
  • Economists expect BOK to resist the pressure at this meeting

Lee Ju Yeol, governor of the Bank of Korea, hits a gavel as he starts a monetary policy meeting at the central bank's headquarters in Seoul, South Korea, on Thursday, Jan. 14, 2016.

Photographer: SeongJoon Cho/Bloomberg

The Bank of Korea holds a policy meeting Tuesday as a global market rout dims the outlook for the world economy this year.

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