S.Korean shares seen edging higher as data cheers Wall St


SEOUL, Jan 27 (Reuters) - Seoul shares could edge higher at the open on Friday, led by exporters such as Samsung Electronics after Wall Street rallied on a U.S. government report on durable goods orders that pointed to strong U.S. economic growth. But gains would likely be limited after domestic industrial output data for December came below expectations, stoking uncertainty about the pace of an economic recovery, analysts said. Kia Motors Corp. , the country's second-biggest auto maker, ...

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