Seoul shares ease from 3-week high but earnings lend support


* Kia Motors snaps positive on Q1 relief * Hyundai Mobis falls more than 5 percent * Samsung Elec slides despite Q1 profit * Foreigners sell for 11th session By Somang Yang SEOUL, April 26 (Reuters) - South Korean shares eased on Friday as investors took profits on a rally driven by better-than-expected earnings results that took the benchmark index to a three-week high a day earlier. Market paricipants ...


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