South Korean Bond Yields See Mixed Changes on December 19, 2023

SEOUL, South Korea - South Korea's bond yields experienced varied changes on December 19, 2023, with some increasing slightly and others decreasing, according to the latest financial data.

According to Yonhap News Agency, The one-year Treasury bond (TB) rate increased marginally from 3.483% to 3.487%, a change of 0.4 basis points (BP). The two-year TB saw a more notable rise, going from 3.369% to 3.395%, an increase of 2.6 BP. The three-year TB also increased, moving from 3.277% to 3.296%, a rise of 1.9 BP. In contrast, the 10-year TB experienced a slight decrease, dropping from 3.336% to 3.328%, down by 0.8 BP.

Additionally, the two-year Monetary Stabilization Bond (MSB) rose from 3.375% to 3.393%, an increase of 1.8 BP. The three-year Corporate Bond (CB) with an AA- rating increased from 4.005% to 4.022%, up by 1.7 BP. Meanwhile, the 91-day Certificate of Deposit (CD) remained unchanged at 3.830%.

These fluctuations in bond yields reflect ongoing changes and adjustments in the South Korean financial markets.

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