(Updates with market reaction, more details) By Yoo Choonsik and Oh Jung-hwa SEOUL, April 27 (Reuters) - South Korea's factory output rose a smaller-than-expected 0.9 percent in March from February, data showed on Thursday, suggesting pressure on the won and interest rates to rise would ease. The central bank said the current account in March swung to a seasonally adjusted surplus, but forecasts that it would turn back to a deficit in April underlined the softer outlook for the ...
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