Stocks rallied Thursday, extending a winning streak to a fourth consecutive session thanks to optimism in financial markets and better-than-expected quarterly earnings by leading companies.
Stocks gained ground for a third consecutive session on Wednesday to close at the highest level in nearly two years, as investor sentiment was buoyed by progress in U.S. stimulus, analysts said. The won rose against the dollar.
The main bourse hit its highest mark since October 2018 thanks to growing expectations of economic recovery.
Stocks rallied Tuesday, nearly hitting a two-year high as signs of economic recovery improved investor sentiment. The won fell against the dollar.
Landlords are grilling tenants these days after the passage of three laws designed to protect renters, and they are asking for more money because of the higher costs and risks after the passage of the law.
Korea’s three electric vehicle (EV) battery makers' combined market share more than doubled on year, while EV battery shipments worldwide retreated during the January to June period.
The job market is expected to worsen in the second half of this year, especially at small and mid-sized companies, as uncertainty over the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic continues.
Stocks closed slightly higher Monday due to an advance in electronic vehicle (EV) battery makers and tech shares, bucking concerns over the global resurgence of the Covid-19 infections. The won fell against the dollar.
Foreign owners of domestic property are on the radar of the National Tax Service (NTS), which is looking for those who have underreported rental income. Between 2017 and May this year, foreigners have purchased apartments valued 7.67 trillion won.
Stocks closed at the highest point in six months Thursday thanks to foreign buying of major tech firms and automakers. The won fell against the dollar.