(Updates to close) By Rafael Nam SEOUL, Sept 27 (Reuters) - Seoul shares rose on Thursday to their highest since a record in late July led by exporters such as Samsung Electronics as expectations for more U.S. rate cuts are easing worries about South Korea's no.2 overseas market. Gains were underpinned by data showing consumer sentiment at home hit its strongest in five years, sending financials such as Shinhan Financial Group and retailers such as Hyundai Department Store sharply ...
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