Seoul shares rise on lower oil; waiting on Fed


(Updates to mid-dmorning) SEOUL, Oct 31 (Reuters) - South Korean rose 0.3 percent early on Tuesday as lower oil prices lifted energy cost-sensitive stocks such as Korean Air Co and as stocks with better earnings improved sentiment. But market players are reluctant to bet on either direction, remaining cautious as they await clues on the outlook for U.S. interest rates. "Investors want to see the FOMC tonight first. A 25 basis point rate cut has been factored in the market. So it is key ...

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