SEOUL, Nov 17 (Reuters) - South Korean shares are expected to ease on Monday after U.S. markets fell last week, with banking and semiconductor issues facing profit-taking after recent sharp gains, analysts said. U.S. stocks fell on Friday, led by computer chip and biotechnology shares on disappointing corporate earnings, while mixed economic data failed to give a clear sign an economic rebound was gaining momentum. The Dow Jones industrial average ended down 0.7 percent at 9,768.68 and ...
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