Seoul Shares Close at Two Month Low

Monday, February 23, 2009

According to a Feb 20 Reuters report, Seoul shares fell 3.7 percent on Friday, posting their weakest close in more than two months, with the sliding won raising worries about higher funding costs, and shipbuilders sank on fears about possible contract cancellation.

(Source: Reuters)

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