S.Korean shares slip on techs, Hyundai Mtr up


(Updates to close) By Rafael Nam SEOUL, Oct 27 (Reuters) - Seoul shares fell on Thursday for a third consecutive session, as worries over U.S. interest rates hit export-dependant technology firms, but Hyundai Motor rose after it delivered a positive outlook for the fourth quarter. Hynix Semiconductor closed nearly 6 percent lower at 19,700 won, after a share offer by its creditors was sold at a deep discount. Local institutions rushed to book profits ahead of settlement. See ...

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