Seoul stocks snap rebound, Hyundai Motor declines


(Updates to close) By Ian Chua SEOUL, May 30 (Reuters) - Seoul stocks fell 0.9 percent on Tuesday as investors sold recent gainers such as top automaker Hyundai Motor ahead of a holiday and after a two-session rebound lost steam. Caution prevailed as investors waited for the U.S. market to reopen after the long Memorial Day weekend. The Seoul stock market will be closed on Wednesday for local elections. The benchmark Korea Composite Stock Price Index (KOSPI) shed 0.87 percent to ...

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