Stocks fell over 1 percent for the second straight session Wednesday as foreign investors dumped local shares amid growing worries over inflation.
Stocks tumbled Tuesday, led by technology stock sell-offs, as investor sentiment worsened over inflation woes.
The stock market hit an all-time high Monday as weaker-than-expected U.S. jobs data quelled concerns over the rollback of easy monetary policy and other stimulus measures.
Stocks advanced Thursday as hopes for a global economic rebound offset inflation worries.
Stocks rebounded on Tuesday, the second day of resumed short selling, after a five-session losing streak as institutions scooped up local stocks.
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Stocks slumped for a fifth day on Monday, the first day of partially resumed short selling, as concerns of a virus flare-up and bio losses drove down the key stock index.
Stocks slumped for the third consecutive day Thursday as investors sold shares to lock in gains despite the U.S. Federal Reserve's soothing comments.
Stocks dipped 1 percent on Wednesday as foreign investors offloaded local shares to cash in recent gains ahead of a U.S. Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting.
Stocks edged down Tuesday amid increased valuation pressure, with investors taking to the sidelines ahead of a meeting of the U.S. Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC).