Seoul shares end down 1 pct on won, exporters hit


(Updates to close) By Rafael Nam SEOUL, Nov 19 (Reuters) - Seoul shares fell about 1 percent on Friday for the second consecutive session, hit by worries that a strong won currency will crimp earnings of exporters such as Samsung Electronics. "The speed of appreciation of the won has been bigger than the market's expectations," said Casey Choi, a fund manager at Alpha Asset Management. "The losses in the market are now spreading from exporters and sapping the whole market as ...

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