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S. Korean stocks reduce traceability of Chinese markets

South Korea's KOSPI stock index fell on Friday in line with Chinese markets, in its fourth straight loss period. The…

South Korea’s KOSPI stock index fell on Friday in line with Chinese markets, in its fourth straight loss period. The Korean won and bond yields also hit. KOSPI was down 12.47 points, or 0.60 percent, at 2,057.48. For the week, the main index had lost 1.7 percent.

South Korean markets became sharp tracking Chinese stocks after the Chinese Deputy Minister said Beijing hopes that Chinese-American trade talks equally and favorably.

The water was cited at 1,130.5 per dollar on landing platform on land, 0.11 percent weaker than the previous end of 1,129.2. Korean water weakened 0.2 percent per week and marked the third consecutive week of decline.

In the offshore price listing, it was quoted as winning at 1

,130.26 per US dollar, an increase of 0.05 percent from the previous day, while in one year it was non-delivered forward and was traded at 1,109.3 per dollar.

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