(Updates to noon) SEOUL, Nov 1 (Reuters) - Seoul shares were flat by noon on Monday, as investors traded cautiously ahead of the U.S. presidential election and due to concerns that a surging South Korean won could hurt key exporters like Samsung Electronics. The benchmark Korea Composite Price Index (KOSPI) was unchanged at 834.84 by 0320 GMT. "There are still some lingering after-effects from China's rate decision, with investors realising exports may slow down," said Yoo Ji-yong, a ...
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