SK E&S, a Korean natural gas provider, is planning to open an office in London to push for an expansion in Europe, the world's largest economic bloc, where the energy market is being reshaped amid the ongoing Russia-Ukraine conflict.
At some cinemas in Korea, movie theaters are playing the latest hits, but ushers are nowhere to be found. "There was no one to check my ticket when I went into the theater and took a seat," said a customer who visited a theater in Songpa ...
Shares ended higher Tuesday to extend their winning streak to a third day as auto and technology stocks advanced on bargain hunting, with investors keeping an eye on U.S. economic data and Federal Reserve policy.
Stocks fell again Thursday, as investors avoided risky assets amid monetary tightening and recession fears. The local currency fell to the lowest point against the dollar in almost 13 years. After choppy trading, the Kospi dropped 28.49 points...
The Kospi is displayed in the dealing room of Hana Bank in Jung District, central Seoul, on Wednesday afternoon, when the Kospi and Kosdaq broke new lows.
Stocks sank to a fresh 19-month low Wednesday to extend their losing streak to a seventh day ahead of the U.S. Federal Reserve's interest rate decision amid high inflation and concerns over a global recession. The local currency also fell against...
A graph shows the value of Bitcoin plummeting below 30 million won ($24,000) at the cryptocurrency exchange Bithumb customer center in Seocho-dong, southern Seoul, on Tuesday.
With the Kospi down for a sixth day straight, the finance minister said that the country faces a "complex crisis" and called on the ministry to keep an eye on government finances.
Korean stocks and other financial assets plummeted Monday as expectations for rapid rate rises in the United States grew as did fears about money flowing out of riskier investments and markets.
This year, the government is considering raising its consumer spending forecast from 2.2 percent to 4 percent, for the first time since 2011.