SEOUL, April 27 (Reuters) - Seoul shares ended a touch up on Thursday, after earlier hitting a record high, led by SK Telecom and others firms posting solid earnings, but Hyundai Motor slumped after prosecutors requested a warrant to arrest the auto maker's chairman. The benchmark Korea Composite Stock Price Index (KOSPI) rose 0.09 percent to end at a record closing of 1,452.53. The index had hit an all-time high of 1,458.67. SK Telecom Co. rose 2.3 percent to 222,500 won, but Hyundai ...
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