As the United States and North Korea exchanged fierce words with both sides threatening an all-out war last week, the stock market here plunged on foreign net sell-offs. The benchmark KOSPI lost more than 75 points, or 3.2 percent of …
LONDON: Investors from the United Kingdom traded the largest volume of stocks in terms of value on South Korean markets, beating out investors from other countries in May and June, data from the Financial Supervisory Service …
The Korea Composite Stock Price Index (KOSPI) was down 0.7 percent at 2,377.17 points by 0138 GMT. It fell to as low as 2,371.28 earlier, its lowest intraday level since June 23. Despite more frequent sabre-rattling by the North, the index …
The stock lost $2.36 to $20.67. Dillard’s slumped 15.9 percent ... while Hong Kong’s Hang Seng slid 1.1 percent. South Korea’s Kospi fell 0.5 percent. Australia’s …
It looks like that chance of making a new up trend is getting far for Kospi. Last time I was saying that Kospi has a good chance of making medium-term bearish pattern if it breaks levels below around 1940 range and now that fear is more …
Demand for a re-listing of Celltrion Inc., a South Korean biopharmaceutical company and No. 1 stock on the secondary Kosdaq by market capitalization, in the primary Kospi is growing among its minority shareholders, but the company …
The benchmark Korea Composite Stock Price Index lost 39.76 points, or 1.69 percent, to 2,319.71. Kim Ye-eun, an analyst at Cape Investment & Securities, said North Korea risks are to blame for the slight decline in the main index. …
South Korea's Kospi slid 0.44%, Japan's Nikkei 225 rose 0.08% and Australia's S&P/ASX 200 advanced 0.41%. Analysts warned the softening dollar could test …
Yet, that is reality. Back on January 13, we noted that South Korea’s main stock index, the KOSPI, had surmounted key resistance near the 2050 level. As we stated, with “…serious resistance near 2050 cleared, a potential path to its April …