SEOUL, Dec 30 (Reuters) - South Korean shares closed at their highest level in four weeks on the last trading day of the year, posting an annual gain of 0.7 percent, driven by bargain hunting in auto and banking stocks. The Korea Composite Stock Price Index (KOSPI) finished up 0.5 percent at 2,011.34 points on Monday, its highest close since Dec. 2. Foreign investors bought a net 102.4 billion won ($97.1 million) worth of KOSPI shares, buttressing the main ...
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