SEOUL, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Seoul shares are seen tracking weaker global markets on Thursday, with investors unsettled by the threat of a possible U.S. government shutdown next week and as traders also focus on looming talks to raise the U.S. government's borrowing limit. "U.S. fiscal uncertainties of the past have taught investors that they must be risk averse in situations like these," said Kang Hyun-gee, an analyst at IM Investment & Securities. "The market is on track for another ...
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