Seoul shares seen flat on Wall St closure, eye U.S. elections

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SEOUL, Oct 30 (Reuters) - Seoul shares are likely to hold steady on Tuesday after the closure of U.S. markets due to a hurricane, while the upcoming presidential election is also keeping investors on the sidelines. "It is unlikely that the index or the currency will move much until the U.S. elections," said Cho Byung-hyun, an analyst at Tongyang Securities. Cho said that if Romney were to win, his strident stance regarding China's currency would result in the ...

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