SEOUL, April 1 (Reuters) - Seoul shares are likely to extend gains on Monday after reaching a three-week-high on optimistic expectations on key U.S. data and Samsung Electronics' earnings estimates due this week. But caution will linger about the Japanese yen's weakness, as the country's central bank is likely to start open-ended asset purchases immediately following a two-day rate review that ends on Thursday. South Korean inflation unexpectedly eased to a seven-month low in ...
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