South Korea’s central bank maintained its key interest rate after two back-to-back rate hikes, amid rising geopolitical risks and surging coronavirus infections. The Monetary Policy Board of the Bank of Korea decided to leave its base rate unchanged at 1.25 percent, as expected, on Thursday.
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