Seoul shares fall; foreigners continue to sell=2

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The junior and tech-heavy Kosdaq market lost 1.58 percent to finish at 796.80. Retail investors sold a net 215.7 billion won, but institutional investors bought a net 307.9 billion won. Trade volume reached 389.8 million shares worth 5.7 trillion won compared to 531.6 million shares worth 7.9 trillion won on Friday. Decliners trumped gainers by 533 to 237 with 76 titles ending flat. The September KOSPI 200 futures index dropped 2.05 points to 223.85, while the underlying KOSPI 200 spot ...

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