SEOUL, April 1 (Reuters) - South Korean shares are expected to turn lower early on Thursday, weighed down by a weaker Wall Street and concerns over the impact of higher oil prices. U.S. stocks fell on Wednesday as disappointing reports on factory orders and business conditions in the U.S. Midwest raised fears about the staying power of the U.S. economic rebound. OPEC's decision to cut official supplies, despite crude trading near 13-year highs, is also expected to dampen sentiment ...
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