SEOUL, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Seoul shares are seen tracking Wall Street weaker on Wednesday, with mixed U.S. data and uncertainty about fiscal and monetary policy in the world's biggest economy putting a dampener on sentiment. "Foreign inflows are likely to be thin as uncertainty in the U.S. will leave offshore investors cautious," said Lee Kyung-soo, an analyst at Shinyoung Securities. Uncertainty over the U.S. Federal Reserve's policy outlook added to worries over a looming political ...
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