(Updates to close) By Rafael Nam SEOUL, Feb 27 (Reuters) - Seoul shares fell 1 percent on Tuesday, pausing in a record-setting rally, as Lotte Shopping slid after several brokerages cut estimates on the stock a day after the retailer said it expected a fall in 2007 profits. Recent outperformers such as Shinhan Financial Group gave back some of their gains, while exporters such as Hyundai Motor Co. extended declines amid caution about the impact of rising oil prices on global consumer ...
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