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A screen at KEB Hana Bank’s Jung District branch in central Seoul shows the benchmark Kospi index plunging 2.25 percent from the previous trading day to 1,958.38 on Wednesday. Asian markets, including in Korea and Japan, plummeted as election polls showed Donald J. Trump leading the U.S. election during their trading sessions. [KIM KYUNG-ROK]

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