(Updates to noon) SEOUL, Sept 23 (Reuters) - A rally that pushed Seoul shares to record highs came to a shuddering halt on Friday, as investors sold Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. and other blue chips on concerns stock prices had risen too quickly. Investors were also cautious about the possible impact on crude oil supplies from Hurricane Rita, which threatens to rip through the heart of the U.S. oil industry. The outlook for the domestic economy also darkened after central bank data ...
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