SEOUL, Jan 4 (Reuters) - Seoul shares are likely to slacken on Friday after global equities reversed course on worries that the U.S. Federal Reserve may have misgivings about expanding monetary easing. "U.S. equities were due for a correction at any rate... and the same is true of the KOSPI. Investors would do well to buy while shares are easing," said Lee Seung-woo, an analyst at KDB Daewoo Securities. Wall Street snapped a two-day rally on Thursday, dipping down after minutes from ...
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