SEOUL, Aug 31 (Reuters) - Seoul shares are seen slightly down on Friday as investors scale back expectations for possible hints about a U.S. stimulus from a closely watched central bankers' meeting on Friday, souring risk appetite. The Korea Composite Stock Price Index (KOSPI) closed 1.15 percent down on Thursday at 1,906.38 points on strong program-selling. "The series of economic indices released before Bernanke's Jackson Hole speech are not supportive of a third round ...
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