Seoul Stocks Close Lower as Shipbuilders Fall

Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Foreigners bought a net 58 billion won worth of shares listed on the main board, and local institutions sold a net 135b. Local retail investors bought a net 69 billion won, Reuters reported.

Decliners outnumbered advancers by 455 to 318, with 82 titles ending unchanged.  Trade volume stood at 268 million shares worth 5 trillion won, compared with 366 million shares worth 6.3 trillion won on Monday.

Source:  Reuters

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