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A sign at Hana Bank in central Seoul on Tuesday shows the Kospi closing 59.25 points lower than Friday’s close, a 2.46 percent drop. It is the biggest decline since June 15, when the benchmark Kospi lost 101.48 points, or 4.76 percent, as the resurgence of the novel coronavirus scared retail investors, who unloaded shares. [YONHAP]

A sign at Hana Bank in central Seoul on Tuesday shows the Kospi closing 59.25 points lower than Friday’s close, a 2.46 percent drop. It is the biggest decline since June 15, when the benchmark Kospi lost 101.48 points, or 4.76 percent, as the resurgence of the novel coronavirus scared retail investors, who unloaded shares. [YONHAP]

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