Update on South Korean Bond Yields as of March 5, 2024

The latest data on South Korean bond yields as of March 5, 2024, indicates subtle movements across various maturities, reflecting the market's ongoing adjustments. The one-year Treasury Bills (TB) saw a slight decrease to 3.463% from 3.469%, while the two-year TBs experienced a minor increase to 3.441% from 3.438%. The three-year TBs dropped to 3.349% from 3.360%, and the 10-year TBs decreased to 3.409% from 3.434%, indicating a shift in long-term investment perspectives. Meanwhile, the two-year Monetary Stabilization Bonds (MSB) marginally decreased to 3.413% from 3.416%. The three-year Corporate Bonds (CB) rated AA- also saw a decrease to 3.992% from 4.008%, reflecting subtle yet significant market movements. Notably, the 91-day Certificate of Deposit (CD) remained stable at 3.680%, showing no change from the previous session.

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