(Updates to mid-morning) SEOUL, Oct 28 (Reuters) - Seoul shares rose 1.7 percent by mid-morning on Thursday, bolstered by strong gains in blue chips such as Samsung Electronics and POSCO, after a sharp fall in oil prices sent Wall Street soaring. But worries about a strong won crimping export earnings and potential uncertainty ahead of Tuesday's U.S. presidential election put the brakes on further gains, analysts said. Investors also prepared themselves for a slew of earnings set for ...
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