SEOUL, Aug 28 (Reuters) - Seoul shares are seen trading flat on Monday as investors turn cautious before an avalanche of U.S. and domestic economic data, although a drop in oil prices may provide support for some exporters such as Hyundai Motor. Trading is likely to be volatile, with recent uncertainty about the extent of a slowdown in the global economy likely to cap any broad advances. "The market volatility is going to increase a lot ahead of economic data in the U.S. and in Korea," ...
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