(Updates to close) By Rafael Nam SEOUL, June 30 (Reuters) - Seoul shares rose almost 1 percent on Thursday, led by blue chips such as LG.Philips LCD, helped by falls in the won currency and lower oil prices. Investors were also awaiting the conclusion of the Federal Reserve's policy-setting meeting, amid rising market hopes the U.S. central bank would hint it nearing the end to its current policy of steady rate increases. "As some people say, the Fed could be entering the ninth ...
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