* Won pares earlier gains after BOK meeting decision
* Eyes on BOK governor's press conference
* Stocks hold ground on lingering Q2 earnings worry
SEOUL, July 10 (Reuters) - The South Korean won held
its ground against the dollar on Thursday morning, paring its
earlier modest gains after the Bank of Korea held its policy
rate, with investors shifting focus to a press conference by the
central bank chief.
The local currency was quoted at 1,011.8 versus
the dollar as of 0234 GMT, nearly unchanged from Wednesday's
onshore close at 1,012.1.
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