(Updates to close) By Rafael Nam SEOUL, Oct 28 (Reuters) - Seoul stocks fell 2.2 percent on Friday to their lowest close in more than seven weeks, as gloomy U.S. corporate news and worries about the world's biggest economy dented sentiment for Samsung Electronics and other exporters. Financial shares also dropped, despite data showing South Korea's industrial output grew more than expected in September, as a fall in consumer goods sales and capital investment sparked concerns about the ...
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