Seoul shares pull back from record; Lotte falls


South Korea's junior and tech heavy Kosdaq market fell 0.24 percent to finish at 611.52, ending an eight-session winning streak in which the index had advanced 2.7 percent. Retail investors bought a net 4.6 billion won in the main bourse, but institutional investors sold a net 103.6 billion won. Trade volume reached 252.5 million shares worth 3.1 trillion won compared to 261.8 million shares worth 3.3 trillion won on Monday. Decliners trumped gainers by 521 to 246 with 66 titles ending ...

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