* Market strategist doubts sustained impact from attack * Watching closely for escalation * Any escalation would underpin commodities-SICA (Adds financial advisor comment) By Chris Vellacott and Al Yoon LONDON/NEW YORK, Nov 23 (Reuters) - North Korea's shelling of an island belonging to its southern neighbor on Tuesday hasn't spread alarm among foreign investors who say they have seen this kind of tension before. Mutual funds hold shares in South Korean blue chip companies such ...
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