SEOUL, Aug 27 (Reuters) - The South Korean won edged lower in early domestic trade on Monday, trading at its weakest levels in more than three weeks as the decline of Samsung Electronics shares decline weighed on the local stock market. The won was quoted at 1,136.3 against the dollar as of 0026 GMT, its weakest since Aug. 3, compared with 1,134.1 at the end of onshore trade on Friday. The benchmark Korea Composite Stock Price Index was down 0.4 percent at 1,912.26. Samsung ...
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