(Repeats to more subscribers) SEOUL, March 23 (Reuters) - South Korean shares are set to open lower on Friday as a surge in oil prices could hit stocks sensitive to energy costs such as Korean Air, although a rally in the dollar could help some exporters such as Hyundai Motor. Trading was expected to be subdued after Wall Street barely budged as investors second-guessed expectations that the Federal Reserve's next policy move would be an interest rate cut. Global markets had gained on ...
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