South Korean Bond Yields Experience Slight Increase

SEOUL — South Korea's bond yields saw minor adjustments on February 8, 2024, with slight increases across various tenors,

According to Yonhap News Agency, The one-year treasury bill rate rose by 1.7 basis points, marking a trend of marginal upward shifts in short to medium-term government securities. These adjustments reflect ongoing market reactions to economic indicators and central bank policy expectations. Notably, the ten-year treasury bond yield also climbed by 2.2 basis points, indicating investor sentiment on long-term economic outlooks. The stability in the 91-day certificate of deposit rate underscores a cautious approach by financial markets amidst broader economic considerations.

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