S.Korean shares turn up on Citi; Samsung units hit


(Updates to close) By Cheon Jong-woo SEOUL, Nov 27 (Reuters) - Seoul's main share index ended just firmer on Tuesday, recovering a loss of as much as 3.6 percent as investors welcomed U.S. financial giant Citigroup's plan to raise billions of dollars, and propelled by higher shipbuilders. However, Samsung Group [SAGR.UL] companies were weak after South Korea deepened investigations into allegations over a slush fund and bribes. The Korea Composite Stock Price Index (KOSPI) closed ...

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