The Financial institution of Korea saved its rates of interest unchanged on Thursday, in step with expectations, as Seoul continued to face financial difficulties.
South Korea's central financial institution saved the seven-day redemption reference fee at 1.75%, in step with the expectations of economists polled by Reuters.
Seoul elevated its spending to help Asia's fourth largest economic system within the face of slowing exports and weakening international development prospects.
The stimulus bundle contributed to a three.1% enhance in gross home product within the fourth quarter of 2018, the fastest-growing growth for greater than a 12 months and exceeding expectations, however economists have been cautious that development would proceed in 2019.
In November, Korean central banks raised the benchmark fee by 1 / 4 of a degree to 1.75%, the primary enhance in a single 12 months.