SEOUL, June 22 (Reuters) - South Korean shares are set to gain on Thursday as strong U.S. corporate profits could ease some of the worries over the world's largest economy, lifting exporters such as Hyundai Motor Co. . Investors are likely to react with relief to a sharp rebound on Wall Street, which may prompt buying of local shares that have been hit in the past month over worries that higher global interest rates will slow economic growth. "We've been waiting for anything that could ...
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