SEOUL, June 18 (Reuters) - South Korean shares rallied across-the-board on Monday on relief that a weekend election in Greece resulted in a pro-bailout parliamentary majority, averting likely financial turmoil had parties opposed to a bailout won the vote. Automobiles and shipbuilders led the run higher, with Hyundai Motor up 3.54 percent while Samsung Heavy rising 5.13 percent from the previous session. The Korea Composite Stock Price Index (KOSPI) rose 1.81 percent to close at 1,891.71 ...
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