By Rafael Nam and Ian Chua SEOUL/HONG KONG, July 27 (Reuters) - South Korean shares are poised to hit an all-time high this year, as cheap valuations and a flood of new money boost Asia's top performing major market, but market watchers say high oil prices could dampen growth. Better corporate earnings and a modest recovery in consumer demand would support the benchmark KOSPI index , home to global brands such as Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. , fund managers and analysts said on ...
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