Tags: Gain

Asian markets trade higher; Nikkei, Seoul Composite gain South Korea's Seoul Composite jumped 0.44 percent or 8.86 points at 2,022.34. Singapore's Straits Times was flat at 3,305.65. Hong Kong's Hang Seng was flat at 23,541.75. Taiwan's Taiwan Weighted was down 0.51 percent or 48.38 points at 9,436.35. Read more on Moneycontrol.com

Seoul shares edge up as autos rally, on track for weekly gain SEOUL, Dec 20 (Reuters) – Seoul shares rose on Friday morning, with battered automakers such as Hyundai Motor lifted by bargain hunting while investors assessed the Federal Reserve's decision to unwind stimulus. The Korea Composite Stock Price Index … Read more on Reuters

Asian markets gain; Nikkei rises 1%, Seoul Composite soars Singapore's Straits Times gained 0.62 percent or 19 points at 3,072.77 and South Korea's Seoul Composite added 0.68 percent or 13.31 points at 1,974.46. Taiwan's Taiwan Weighted jumped 0.73 percent or 60.79 points at 8,374.66 while China's Shanghai … Read more on Moneycontrol.com

Seoul shares slip; autos gain, food companies fall SEOUL: South Korean shares edged lower on Monday, with gains in automakers such as Hyundai Motor offset by falls in food companies as institutions took profits on the sector. "Although the market ended on a weaker note, the return of foreign investors … Read more on Economic…

Seoul shares gain on bargain-hunting; Hyundai Motor down SEOUL, April 19 (Reuters) – Seoul shares rose on Friday on bargain-hunting, recovering from an earlier drop as auto shares led by Hyundai Motor plunged due to cost concerns over wage litigation. Hyundai Motor closed down 2.7 percent after a local media … Read more on Reuters

Seoul shares gain, led by autos, utilities; Bernanke reassurance help SEOUL: Seoul shares edged higher on Wednesday morning after Federal Reserve Chairman Bernanke reassured investors that monetary stimulus measures in the United States would continue. The Korea Composite Stock Price Index (KOSPI) ticked up 0.2 … Read more on Business Recorder (blog)

Seoul shares gain after recent slide; auto, tech sectors lead SEOUL: Seoul shares gained early on Tuesday on bargain-hunting after recent declines, with auto and tech sectors gaining strongly after the won and yen currencies reversed recent trends. The Korea Composite Stock Price Index (KOSPI) rose 0.8 percent to … Read more on Economic Times

S. Korea's Kospi Erases Gain as U.S. Budget Offsets Election The Kospi index rose 0.3 percent to 1,999.50 at the close in Seoul. The gauge pared a gain of 0.7 percent amid concerns U.S. budget talks are stalling. Stocks resumed trading after a holiday yesterday for the polls, during which the MSCI Asia Pacific ……