(Updates to close) By Rafael Nam SEOUL, Sept 22 (Reuters) - South Korean shares charted new territory on Thursday, rising above 1,200 points for the first time, as investors chased top local lender Kookmin Bank and other stocks with good earnings potential. But a weaker Wall Street and concerns about the impact of an advancing hurricane on U.S. consumer spending and crude production dented sentiment for exporters such as Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. and held down broader gains. The ...
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