Seoul stocks end down; Hynix ruling drags on techs


By Park Jung-youn SEOUL, March 27 (Reuters) - Seoul stocks lost 0.2 percent on Thursday, closing lower for the first time in seven sessions, with tech shares mainly down after world No.2 memory chipmaker Hynix lost a patent wrangle with a U.S. rival. Hynix fell 2.46 percent to 25,800 won after a U.S. jury ruled in favour of Rambus Inc over Hynix and other chip makers, dampening investor sentiment on worries about future legal and compensation costs. Samsung Electronics fell 1.14 ...

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