S.Korean shares may extend gains on chip makers


SEOUL, Sept 28 (Reuters) - Seoul shares could gain on Friday for a fifth session, led by chip makers after Hynix Semiconductor said it stopped supplying computer memory chips through the spot market, easing concerns about oversupply in the sector. But other exporters such as Hyundai Motor could be mixed as a falling dollar raises worries about profits earned abroad, although data overnight showing a plunge in new U.S. home sales could reinforce hopes for more U.S. interest rate cuts. ...

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