SEOUL, Nov 29 (Reuters) - South Korean shares closed marginally down on Friday following profit-taking by retail and institutional investors, but eked out their fifth straight posted monthly gain, the longest streak in nearly three years. The Korea Composite Stock Price Index (KOSPI) closed down 0.04 percent for the day at 2,044.87 points, ending a five-session rally. But it gained 0.73 percent in November, setting the longest run of winning months since January 2011. ...
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