Korea Bonds Drop Most in Three Weeks as Stocks Join Global RallyJustina Lee
South Korea's Kospi index of shares climbs to two-month high
Daewoo Securities says rate-cut bets to limit bond weakness
South Korea’s bonds fell the most in almost three weeks as local shares rallied with global equities after China added monetary stimulus and U.S. manufacturing improved.
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