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Seoul: Shares close over 2% higher on stimulus plans, oil market recovery

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The Seoul stock market's main KOSPI closed up 39.44 points, or 2.34 per cent, to 1,724.90, notching the sharpest gain in more than a week.

[SEOUL] South Korean shares rose more than 2 per cent on Thursday, gaining some ground after a 4 per cent loss in the previous session, as additional stimulus plans along with a recovery in oil markets buoyed investor confidence amid hopes that the worst of the coronavirus outbreak may have...

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