Foreign investors bought 102.3 billion won ($112.7 million) worth of shares in the main index, according to data at 0622 GMT, while retail investors purchased a net 41 billion won. But institutional investors sold a net 132.6 billion won. Trade volume reached 478 million shares worth 9 trillion won, compared to 438 million shares worth 9 trillion won on Friday. Gainers outnumbered decliners by 476 to 343 with 52 titles ending flat. The December KOSPI 200 futures index rose 5.05 points ...
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