Seoul shares in biggest fall for 3 wks;Hyundai hit


(Updates to close) By Rafael Nam SEOUL, Oct 30 (Reuters) - Seoul shares had their biggest fall in three weeks on Monday, after a batch of firms, including Hyundai Motor, posted earnings that came below forecasts, while exporters were further hit by weak U.S. economic growth data. Kookmin Bank erased earlier gains to end flat at 77,900 won ahead of its quarterly results. The country's biggest bank said after the market's close third-quarter net profit dropped a worse-than-expected 28 ...

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