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BOK signals rate cut
South Korea's central bank has room for a further rate cut to deter a longer skid in Asia's fourth-largest economy, the bank's chief said Friday, with analysts eying a rate reduction in October.
BoK chief again hints at possible rate cut  amid heightened uncertainty
South Korea's central bank chief again hinted at an easier policy on Tuesday, citing what he called ‘further increased uncertainties’ and a low inflation that falls far short of the bank's annual target.
S. Korea's trade dependence still high
South Korea's dependence on trade has remained at a high level compared with other advanced nations, central bank data showed on Friday, spawning concerns over its vulnerability to external shocks.
South Korea faces cloudy economic outlook in 2018
South Korea may find it hard to achieve its growth target of three percent this year due to slowing exports and other downside risks in the global market, market watchers said on Sunday.
Moody's Analytics expects BoK  to hold policy rate steady in October
South Korea's central bank is likely to hold its key rate steady this month as soft domestic demand could keep monetary policy accommodative in the near term, a leading provider of economic analysis said on Saturday.
Moody's Analytics expects BOK  to hold policy rate steady in August
South Korea's central bank is likely to hold its key rates steady this month as soft economic growth and subdued inflation will allow it to sit on the sidelines, a leading provider of economic analysis said Sunday.
BoK to keep monetary easing policy to support growth
South Korea's central bank on Monday renewed its stance to maintain the current monetary easing policy to support growth for Asia's fourth-largest economy.
BOK holds key rate steady
The Bank of Korea (Bok) kept its policy rate frozen for another month on Tuesday, despite continuing signs of a further slump that many say requires a rate cut to bolster growth.

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