Seoul shares edge up, exporters gain on Wall St


(Updates to mid-morning) SEOUL, July 29 (Reuters) - Seoul shares were a touch higher on Friday, as a firmer Wall Street and positive U.S. earnings and economic data boosted sentiment for exporters, but gains were capped amid caution ahead of a slew of earnings reports. Profit-taking also emerged to dampen a recent rally that had pushed the main index to its highest close in more than a decade on Thursday. Mobile carrier KTF Co. Ltd. fell 1.63 percent to 27,200 won, despite announcing ...

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