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September 23, 2011
A currency dealer talks on the phone as an electronic board shows stock price index at a dealing room...
Seoul, South Korea
A currency dealer talks on the phone as an electronic board shows stock price index at a dealing room...
A currency dealer talks on the phone as an electronic board shows stock price index at a dealing room of a bank in Seoul September 23, 2011. Seoul shares finished down 5.7 percent on Friday, their biggest daily percentage loss in five weeks, with foreign investors taking flight as concerns about global economic stagnation deepened. A combination of verbal warnings and suspected heavy dollar-selling by the authorities helped the South Korean won recover from earlier falls to stage a late rebound against the dollar on Friday. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
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