Stocks rebounded Thursday as investors moved to buy oversold stocks after the recent stock plunge and China's interest rate cut.
Stocks extended their losing streak to a fifth consecutive session Wednesday as rising U.S. yields and rate hikes forecast weighed on investor sentiment.
Korea Exchange on Tuesday tentatively delisted scandal-ridden Sillajen from the Kosdaq.
Stocks extended their losing streak to a fourth consecutive session on Tuesday, as inflation woes at home and in the United States loomed heavily over the financial markets.
Stocks dropped to their lowest point in almost seven weeks on Monday as investors dumped holdings on concerns of mounting inflationary pressure.
Stocks retreated after a two-day rise Thursday as investors worried that rising inflation in the United States could hasten the Federal Reserve's tapering moves.
Stocks closed sharply higher Wednesday as the U.S. Fed chief's comments about inflation were largely within market expectations.
Stocks finished nearly unchanged Tuesday as investors await comments by the U.S. Federal Reserve chief at the Senate hearing. The won rose against the dollar.
Stocks retreated Monday, weighed by concerns over the possibility of the U.S. Federal Reserve's faster-than-expected tapering and rate hikes.
Foreign investors net purchased more than 4 trillion won ($3.3 billion) of shares in December, taking their recent buying spree to two months.