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Stocks fell on the Seoul Stock Exchange was up 2 percent

Written By easy on Thursday, June 20, 2013 | 12:18 PM



South Korean stocks fell by 2% on Thursday, after the announcement of the U.S. Federal Reserve (central bank), it may reduce the fiscal stimulus measures later this year.

The benchmark KOSPI index fell by 82.37 points to close at 49.1850 points, and the number of losers Winning counterpart to falling prices of 692 shares compared with an increase of 130 shares.
The index lost technology-heavy KOSDAQ 82.5 points of its value, or 1.1%, to close at 59.525 points.

In the currency market, the Korean won finished trading at 70.1145 won against the dollar, down from 80.1130 on Wednesday.

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