Seoul shares see biggest fall in 3 wks; Hyundai hit


SEOUL, Oct 30 (Reuters) - Seoul shares had their biggest fall in three weeks on Monday, after several firms, including Hyundai Motor, posted earnings that came below consensus forecasts, while exporters were further hit by weak U.S. economic growth data. The benchmark Korea Composite Stock Price Index (KOSPI) fell 0.95 percent to end at 1,356.11 points, marking its biggest one-day percentage fall since Oct. 9, the day that North Korea announced it had carried out a nuclear test. Hyundai ...

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