S.Korean shares open down led by exporters


(Updates to open) SEOUL, Nov 27 (Reuters) - South Korean shares opened lower on Wednesday led by Samsung Electronics Co and Hyundai Motor Co as soft U.S. consumer confidence data weakened demand for exporters. The benchmark Korea Composite Stock Price Index was down 1.07 percent to 694.75. Chip titan Samsung dropped 1.3 percent to 373,500 won and Hyundai Motor dropped 550 won to 33,250 won. Shares of Kia Motors Corp dropped 100 won to 8,970 won after South Korea's second-largest ...

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