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Seoul: Shares extend gains on signs of coronavirus slowdown

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South Korean shares rose on Tuesday, building on the previous session's near 4 per cent jump, as investors focused on early signs that the coronavirus pandemic may be slowing down at some places in Europe. 

[SEOUL] South Korean shares rose on Tuesday, building on the previous session's near 4 per cent jump, as investors focused on early signs that the coronavirus pandemic may be slowing down at some places in Europe. 

The Seoul stock market's benchmark KOSPI closed up 31.72 points, or 1.77...

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