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The Bank of Korea kept its 7-day repurchase rate unchanged at 3.25% as deterioration in global economic conditions delayed the Bank's path to normalization of monetary policy settings. While noting the importance of the external environment, particularly risks to growth in developed economies, the Bank of Korea said: "Looking ahead, the Committee, while closely monitoring financial and economic risk factors both at home and abroad, will conduct monetary policy with a greater emphasis on ensuring that the basis for price stability is firmly anchored while the economy continues its sound growth."
At its August meeting this year the Bank of Korea also held the interest rate unchanged at 3.25%, after increasing the 7-day repurchase rate by 25 basis points to 3.25% at its June meeting. South Korea reported annual consumer price inflation of 4.7% in July (core inflation of 3.8%), up from 4.4% in June, 4.1% in May, and 4.2% in April, and currently above the Bank's inflation target of 2%-4% through 2012. The South Korean Won last traded around 1,075 against the US dollar, having gained around 4% this year.
The Narodowy Bank Polski's Monetary Policy Council held its benchmark 7-day interest rate steady at 4.50%. The Bank said: "In the opinion of the Council, the significant monetary policy tightening implemented since the beginning of 2011 should facilitate inflation's return to the target in the medium term. Given the above the Council decided to keep the NBP interest rates at the current level. The Council does not rule out the possibility of further monetary policy adjustment, should the outlook for inflation returning to the target deteriorate."
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