(Recasts with July outlook, market) SEOUL, July 27 (Reuters) - South Korea's current account surplus plunged in June from May and could worsen in July, the central bank said on Thursday, helping to cap the won's early gains against the dollar. The Bank of Korea said South Korea's current account surplus more than halved to a seasonally adjusted $422 million in June from a revised $1.19 billion surplus in May due to a reduced surplus in merchandise trade. But the country should be able ...
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