S.Korea shares up on foreign inflows but U.S. shutdown fears cap gains


* Trade volume light as U.S. on brink of shutdown * Foreigners, institutions purchase local stocks * Samsung SDI rise again on bullish earnings outlook SEOUL, Oct 1 (Reuters) - South Korean shares rose on Tuesday morning, buoyed by extended foreign buying, but gains were capped by fears that the U.S. government was on the brink of a major shutdown. The Korea Composite Stock Price Index (KOSPI) was up 0.7 percent at ...


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