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TAKE A LOOK-Asia c.banks: Indonesia, S. Korea leave policy unchanged
October 15, 2015 / 4:27 AM / 2 years ago

TAKE A LOOK-Asia c.banks: Indonesia, S. Korea leave policy unchanged

Indonesia's central bank held its benchmark interest rate
steady on Thursday as expected and said economic pressures were
receding, indicating hope for room to ease policy in future.
    South Korea's central bank left its key interest rate at a
record low, offering a cautiously optimistic view of the economy
as it looks forward to recovering domestic demand but heightened
global uncertainty.
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  OCTOBER 2015
> Indonesia hold rates, sees reduced pressures      
> Bank of Korea stands pat, cautiously upbeat       
> Australia central bank holds rates steady      
> India cuts policy rate by 50 basis points      
> Philippines holds rates, inflation below goal  
> Taiwan cuts rates to stimulate demand   
> Indonesia hold rates, braces for Fed    
> Thailand holds rates, stimulus to help growth  
> BOJ stands pat, sees strain from emerging mkts 
> S.Korea holds rates as economy recovers        
> New Zealand cuts rates, flags more easing      
> Australia central bank keeps rates steady      
  AUGUST 2015
> Philippine keeps rates steady           
> South Korea keeps interest rates steady        
> Thailand holds key rate, see growth fcast cut  
> India holds rates, door open for more easing   
> Australia's central bank holds rates           
  JULY 2015
> Sri Lanka holds rates at record lows           
> NZ central bank cuts rates, sees more easing   
> BOJ cuts growth forecast, gov stays optimistic 
> S.Korea cuts growth prospects, hold rates      
> Australia RBA holds rates, angles for lower A$ 
> Indonesia holds rate again, inflation a risk   
  JUNE 2015
> China cenbank cuts again as economy cools      
> Taiwan holds rate despite export weakness      
> Philippines cenbank holds rates steady         
> Indonesia, lacking options, holds key rate     
> S.Korea cuts rates to help MERS-hit economy    
> New Zealand cuts rates for 1st time in 4 years 
> Thailand holds rate, forecasts economy gains   
> India cuts rates for third time this year      
> Australia's RBA holds rates, guarded on outlook 
  MAY 2015
> BOJ stands pat, a tad more upbeat on economy   
> Indonesia holds key rate despite growth slump  
> S.Korea holds rates, pares odds of more easing 
> Philippines holds rates, as widely expected    
> Malaysia holds rates, says policy accommodative 
> Australia's RBA cuts rates to record low       
  APRIL 2015
> Bangladesh April inflation quickens on food    
> BOJ pushes back inflation target timeframe     
> Thailand surprises by cutting rates again      
> China slashes bank reserve ratio amid slowdown 
> Indonesia holds rate, aims to safeguard rupiah 
> In surprise decision, Singapore holds policy   
> Bank of Korea holds rates, seen cutting soon   
> BOJ stands pat, dissenter proposes tapering    
> India keeps repo rate on hold at 7.50 pct      
> Australia RBA skips cut, still open to easing  
  MARCH 2015
> Philippines holds rates amid low inflation     
> Taiwan leaves rates unchanged for 15th quarter 
> Sri Lanka keeps rates steady on weak inflation 
> Indonesia holds benchmark rate, as expected    
> BOJ downplays deflation risk, keeps target     
> S.Korea joins global easing with surprise cut  
> Thailand cuts rate to lift weak confidence     
> Malaysia holds rates, keeps eye on inflation   
> India surprises with a post-budget rate cut    
> Australia's RBA holds rates, leaves door open  
  FEBRUARY 2015     
> China cuts rates in face of deflation risk     
> BOJ: No immediate need to ease policy again    
> S.Korea cbank holds rates, but cuts seen soon  
> Philippines keeps rates steady, as expected    
> China cuts bank reserve level to spur growth   
> India holds steady, pushes banks to cut rates  
> Australia's RBA cuts rates to record low       
  JANUARY 2015
> NZ cbank holds rates, leaves door open for cut 
> Malaysia's hold rates as growth steadies 
> Thailand holds rates, says economy improving   
> Singapore eases policy in unexpected move      
> BOJ keeps stimulus, cuts inflation forecast    
> Indonesia holds rates, see inflation cooling   
> India surprises with early rate cut            
> S.Korea holds rates, but cut seen soon         
> Thailand holds key rate, vote was 5-2          
> Philippines holds rates steady, inflation eases 
> Indonesia holds rates despite inflation spike  
> NZ cbank stands pat, signals modest rises later 
> Bank of Korea holds rates, cut seen early 2015 
> Australia's RBA keeps rates on hold            
> China cuts interest rates to spur growth       
> Indonesia raises rate after fuel price hike    
> Indonesia holds rates as key deficit narrow    
> Bank of Korea keeps policy steady in Nov       
> Thai stands pat, open to rate cuts      
> Australia's keeps rates low             
  OCTOBER 2014
> Japan's shocks markets with more easing 
> Philippine keeps rates unchanged        
> Singapore sticks to tight monetary policy      
> Bank of Korea cuts rates to boost growth       [ID:nL3N0S82O9}
> Australia central bank sits on rates           
> Indonesia keeps key rate on hold               
> India holds rates, cbank warns on inflation    
> Malaysia holds rates, sees steady growth path  
> Thailand holds rate steady, as expected        
> Bank of Korea stands pat, assessing stimulus   
> Philippines raise rates, inflation forecasts   
> Indonesia holds interest rates, as expected    
> New Zealand holds rates, lowers rate outlook   
> Australia keeps rate low amid moderate growth  
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