(Updates to mid-morning) SEOUL, June 27 (Reuters) - Seoul shares dropped for a fourth session on Wednesday, weighed by sustained falls on Wall Street and as Samsung Card Co. Ltd. trimmed gains after a bullish debut. The local stock markets have been in a slump since hitting a record high early last week, with weak U.S. home sales and confidence data adding to worries about sluggish economic growth in South Korea's No. 2 export market. Foreign investors continued their selling spree, ...
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