S.Korean won falls ahead of Yellen testimony, stocks rise

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* Won poised to have worst intraday loss since February SEOUL, July 15 (Reuters) - The South Korean won fell on Tuesday as foreigners bought dollars ahead of a closely watched testimony by Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen to a U.S. Senate committee later in the day. The won was quoted at 1,024.6 to the dollar as of 0235 GMT, down 0.63 percent from Monday's domestic close at 1,018.2. It was poised for its worst intraday loss since February this year. "The market currently ...

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