Stocks extended gains for a third consecutive session Wednesday as investors held out optimism for progress in the U.S. stimulus talks. The won rose against the dollar.
Shares rose for a second straight session Tuesday, as investors hold on to hopes for progress in new U.S. stimulus talks. The won rose to an 18-month high against the dollar.
Shares retreated for a fourth consecutive session Friday, largely on concerns that the Covid-19 resurgence in major economies may hurt exports. The won fell against the dollar.
Stocks dipped for a third consecutive session Thursday as rising coronavirus infections and the deadlocked U.S. fiscal stimulus weighed heavily on local financial markets. The won rose against the dollar.
Shares dipped nearly 1 percent Wednesday as a new coronavirus cluster infection threatened hopes for quick economic recovery. The won rose against the dollar.
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Shares extended gains for an eighth straight session Monday on the back of advances by chipmakers and the government's decision to loosen quarantine measures. The won rose against the dollar.
Foreign investors in September extended a two-month selling spree in the Korean stock market, according to a report issued by the Financial Supervisory Service (FSS) Monday.
Stocks extended their winning streak to seven straight sessions Thursday, thanks to the massive foreign buying that stemmed from U.S. stimulus hopes. The won rose against the dollar.
Big Hit Entertainment closed subscriptions for its initial public offering (IPO) Tuesday, collecting more than 58 trillion won ($50 billion) in deposits. It came close to the record for total deposits set by Kakao Games but failed to break it.