(Updates to mid-morning) SEOUL, Jan 24 (Reuters) - Seoul shares rebounded on Tuesday, tracking gains on Wall Street and helped by a dip in oil prices, with SK Corp. surging after its earnings beat forecasts and the oil refiner forecast a stronger 2006. Financial stocks such as Kookmin Bank also rose after sharp losses thus far in 2006, with investors seeing the sell-off as overdone in light of improving domestic economic fundamentals. But broader gains were capped amid caution about a ...
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