SEOUL, Nov 23 (Reuters) - Seoul shares may edge lower at the open on Thursday as exporters such as Hyundai Motor may be hit by worries a weaker dollar will hit profits earned abroad, although recent under-performers such as banks may continue to gain. Trading is expected to be subdued, with the Japanese and U.S. markets closed on Thursday for public holidays. Some investors may opt to lock in gains after South Korea's benchmark KOSPI rose on Wednesday to end at its highest in more than ...
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