Stimulus but no rate cut in South Korea


South Korea has unexpectedly left interest rates unchanged, but has announced its second stimulus plan in four days.

Its central bank will inject 1.5tn won ($1.3bn; £825m) into banks, which will use it to provide low-interest rate loans to small businesses.

Hank Morris from Triple A Partners explained why rates had been left on hold at 3%.

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