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South Korea Stock Market May Spin Its Wheels On Wednesday

RTTNews Tuesday, 14 January 2020 ()
The South Korea stock market has climbed higher in four straight sessions, climbing almost 90 points or 4 percent along the way. Now at a fresh nine-month closing high, the KOSPI sits just beneath the 2,240-point plateau although it may run out of steam on Wednesday.
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