Seoul shares end flat, firmer won hits exporters


(Updates to close) By Rafael Nam SEOUL, July 21 (Reuters) - Seoul shares ended flat on Thursday, as a stronger won currency hit exporters such as Hyundai Motor, wiping out early gains on lower oil prices and Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan's upbeat comments on the U.S. economy. Investors also paused for breath after a recent rally had pushed the main market to its highest in a decade, cashing in gains from outperformers such as Kookmin Bank . The benchmark Korea Composite Stock Price ...

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