SEOUL, April 1 (Reuters) - Seoul shares may retreat on Tuesday after a string of gains in the past week as investors are likely to be cautious before a slew of U.S. and South Korean data this week. "In light of sharp gains in the past week, the market may take a breather, especially since important economic data such as the U.S. ISM (manufacturing index) and job data are coming out later this week," said Yang Kyeung-shik, a market analyst at Hana Daetoo Securities. South Korea's March ...
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