S.Korean shares fall on exporters, Q1 outlook shaky


(Updates to close) By Rafael Nam and Rhee So-eui SEOUL, March 21 (Reuters) - Seoul shares suffered their first loss in five sessions on Tuesday, hit by worries about the impact of a strengthening won currency on profits at exporters such as Samsung Electronics and Hyundai Motor . POSCO Co. Ltd. fell 3.23 percent to 239,500 won amid worries about upcoming iron ore negotiations and as investors locked in gains after the world's fifth-biggest steel maker touched a record high in the prior ...

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