(Updates to midday) * Foreigners set to be net buyers for 5th session * Large caps Samsung Elec and Hyundai Motor lead gains * Crude refiners advance on higher oil prices SEOUL, Aug 29 (Reuters) - South Korean shares rose more than 1 percent on Thursday morning after two days of modest losses, lifted as foreigners extended their net-buying streak into a fifth session and as crude refiners gained on rising oil prices. ...
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