SEOUL, March 23 (Reuters) - Seoul shares are expected to open lower on Wednesday, led by exporters such as Hyundai Motor, after the Federal Reserve said U.S. inflation risks had picked up, setting off worries of more aggressive interest rate hikes ahead. However, declines could be capped by lower oil prices and strong gains in the U.S. dollar, easing worries about earnings pressure on local exporters. "The Fed's talk about inflation risks in the U.S. is going to hit our markets, and it ...
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