Bank of Korea Holds Key Rate Steady as Household Debt RisesBy
Governor Lee Ju Yeol says Friday’s decision was unanimous
Lee sees downside risks to BOK’s inflation projection
The Bank of Korea held its key interest rate unchanged for a third month, citing rising household debt and uncertainty over the Federal Reserve’s coming rate decision.
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