SEOUL, Nov 23 (Reuters) - South Korea's stock market is expected to take a big hit on Wednesday after North Korea fired dozens of artillery shells at a South Korean island, in one of the heaviest bombardments on the South since the Korean War ended in 1953. [ID:nTOE6AM01Q] Following are expected losers and winners in Corporate Korea following the incident, which happened on Tuesday after the close of stock market trading in Seoul. The KOSPI 200 index futures for December delivery fell ...
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