South Korean Bond Yields for January 8, 2024

The following are the details of South Korean bond yields as of January 8, 2024, in comparison with the previous session:

According to Yonhap News Agency, The 1-year Treasury bond (TB) yield stood at 3.455 percent, slightly down from the previous session's 3.460 percent, marking a change of -0.5 basis points (BP).

The 2-year TB yield was recorded at 3.393 percent, increasing by 1.3 basis points from the previous session's 3.380 percent.

The yield on the 3-year TB rose by 1.4 basis points, settling at 3.297 percent compared to 3.283 percent in the previous session.

There was no change in the 10-year TB yield, which remained steady at 3.344 percent.

The 2-year Monetary Stabilization Bond (MSB) yield increased to 3.370 percent, up 1.2 basis points from 3.358 percent in the previous session.

The 3-year Corporate Bond (CB) rated AA- saw a yield of 4.045 percent, rising by 1.3 basis points from 4.032 percent.

The 91-day Certificate of Deposit (CD) rate remained unchanged at 3.810 percent.

These bond yield figures reflect the latest movements and trends in the South Korean bond market as of January 8, 2024.

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