SEOUL, March 28 (Reuters) - Seoul shares had their biggest fall in two weeks on Wednesday as surging oil prices hit transport firms while exporters such as Hyundai Motor fell after weak U.S. consumer confidence raised worries about a key market. The benchmark Korea Composite Stock Price Index (KOSPI) fell 0.93 percent to end at 1,439.74 points, its biggest one-day percentage fall since March 14, when Asian markets dropped on worries about a crisis in the U.S. subprime mortgage sector. ...
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