(Updates to close) By Rafael Nam SEOUL, Nov 18 (Reuters) - Seoul shares set a record high on Friday, led by exporters such as Hyundai Motor rose after a sharp fall in oil prices eased worries about higher energy costs, while financials rose on optimism about the economic recovery. But some analysts urged caution, saying earnings and current fundamentals made it difficult to expect further gains. "There seems to be little chance that the market will gain significantly from here," said ...
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