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- Big Hit Entertainment Co. files for IPO as a preliminary step on KOSPI
- The filing will be reviewed over the next 45 days.
- Bang Si Hyuk, the agency’s founder, and Co-CEO holds a 45.1 percent stake in the company.
- Sino-U.S tensions escalate, leading to low trading in the South Korean stock market.
- KOSPI retreated 4.95 points or 0.24 percent.
- Foreigners sold off a net $138.5 million.
- Institutions offloaded a net $2 millio...
- South Korean stock market closed lower on Thursday.
- KOSPI lost 2.66 points, closed at 2,028.54.
- Foreigners bought a net $3 million.
- retail investors sold off a net $2.3 million
On Thursday (KS...
- South Korean shares close high on Monday.
- Korean won fell against the US dollar.
- KOSPI gained 24.47 points, closed at 1,994.60.
- The index got a firm start due to firms manufacturing vaccines for COVID-19. ...
- U.S-CHINA dispute may affect South Korean stocks trading next week.
- KOSPI closed at 1,970.13 on Friday, up 42.85 points.
- This week, foreigners were net sellers, dumping a net $3.2 million.
- Retail investors off...
- South Korean stocks closed higher on Thursday.
- The local currency fell against the U.S dollar.
- KOSPI index closed at 1,998.31. Trading volume was moderate.
The South Korean stock market closed higher Th...
- South Korean government declared several economic measures to counter the current COVID-19 crisis.
- The country’s benchmark indexes remained steady on Wednesday.
- KOSPI and KOSDAQ rose to a high for the first time thi...
• KOSPI went up by 8.95 points or 0.46 percent to 1,936.23 in late Monday morning
• Most of the pharmaceutical companies including Samsung BioLogics and Celltrion saw a rise of 1.82 and 0.69 percent respectively
• Investor sentiment was larg...
- The KOSPI has settled at 1,935 points and expected to gain by the end of the day.
- The global forecast for the Asian market is lower with the expectation that the technology shares will boost the markets.
- The European markets wer...
• Despite gains by various stocks, South Korea’s top cap Samsung Electronics went down by 0.31 percent in early morning trading
• Seoul has reported fresh cases of COVID-19 that are linked to the bars and pubs across the city
As the result ...
- The South Korea stock market is tumbling between the positive and negative in the last four trading days.
- The global forecast for the Asian market is positive.
- The KOSPI ended the day on Friday with gains from the financial shar...
• The Wall Street saw some gains in overnight trading courtesy of decline in number of jobless claims
• Newly released exports data from China helped to improve investor sentiment
After some gains by the Wall Street in the overnight trading, Frid...
• KOSPI went up by 23.51 points to 1,918.88 in the first 15 minutes of Wednesday’s trading
• Market situation is stabilizing every passing day as majority of countries are gradually reopening their economies
• Majority of large-cap sto...
South Korean shares saw a fall of 1.3 percent, which is the sharpest decline in the period of a week courtesy of economic data which predicts recession, majorly in the United States and Europe. Coronavirus pandemic has been cited as the key reason for recession. The currency of South Korea &ldquo...
• Despite gains by the U.S. stocks is Seoul open lower at 1,827.35 points that is around 1.79 percent less than Friday
• Outbound shipments in South Korea fell down to $12.2 billion in last 10 days of April
• Closing down of borders by vario...
- Stocks traded lower, late Monday (KST)
- U.S. Federal Reserve slashed its key rate to 0.25 percent
- KOSPI shed 5.10 points as of 11:20 A.M (KST)
South Korea reported 74 new cases of the new coronaviru...
- Retail investors scooped up more than $12.2 billion worth of Korean stocks
- Many have taken out margin loans or borrowed money to buy shares
- Unpaid margin loans accounted for 5.83 percent of daily accounts retrievable so f...
- U.S. President addressing speech over COVID-19 led to a further decline in the stock market
- KOSPI plummeted to 86.55 points, the main index fell by 3 percent
- KOSPI's extended drop comes after Trump suspended all trave...
- Seoul Stocks drop by 3% on Wednesday (KST)
- KOSPI fell 54.66 points, or 2.78 percent, to 1,908.27
- Trading volume was moderate at 662.82 million shares worth US$7.5 billion
According to South Korean stock...
- COVID-19 outbreak creates an extended loss in the stock market
- The Korean won fell sharply, investors selling off their shares
- KOSPI benchmark index plummeted
As on late Monday morning (KST), Seoul stock...