SEOUL, Feb 27 (Reuters) - Seoul shares may fall on Tuesday, ending a record-setting rally, amid caution about the impact of rising oil prices on global consumer demand, which may again hit exporters such as Hyundai Motor as well as fuel-reliant stocks. Investors are also seen on hold for U.S. economic indicators, including consumer confidence due out later in the day, as well as key domestic economic data out this week, including January industrial output on Wednesday. "We could see a ...
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