(Updates to close) By Cheon Jong-woo SEOUL, Nov 19 (Reuters) - Seoul shares dropped 1.7 percent on Monday to a two-month closing low, as flat-screen makers including LG.Philips LCD Co Ltd were hit by expectations for lower panel prices. Lenders such as Kookmin Bank and exporters were also dampened by lingering worries about the subprime mortgage fallout and its impact on the U.S. economy, South Korea's No.2 export market. The Korea Composite Stock Price Index ended down 1.7 percent ...
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