* KOSPI up more than 2 pct * Banks, autos, electronics goods stocks lead gains * Builders gain support after extra budget passed parliament * (Updates to mid-morning) By Kim Yeon-hee SEOUL, April 30 (Reuters) - Seoul shares were 2 percent higher on Thursday, led by banks and exporters, on the prospect of a recovery in the global economy and after the South Korean parliament passed a $21 billion supplementary budget. The Federal Reserve said the pace of deterioration in the ...
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