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Bank of Korea signals November hike as capital flight risk grows

Governor Lee stresses need for financial stability after "hawkish hold" on Thursday

People walk in front of the Bank of Korea in Seoul   © Reuters

SEOUL -- Speaking after the Bank of Korea held its key interest rate for the 11th straight month, Governor Lee Ju-yeol sent a strong signal that the central bank planned to raise rates next month.

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