(Updates to mid-morning) SEOUL, Feb 21 (Reuters) - Seoul shares edged lower on Tuesday as investors locked in gains in recent outperformers such as Samsung Electronics, but broader losses were offset as auto makers such as Hyundai Motor recovered from sharp falls. Energy stocks such as SK Corp. also continued their recent gains amid expectations for higher oil prices after militant attacks crippled production in Nigeria, the world's eighth-biggest exporter. For details see ...
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