South Koreans go to the polls today to choose either a dictator’s daughter or a one-time dissident as president, both of whom pledge to reverse slowing growth, a widening income gap and deteriorating North Korea ties.
11:41 - Aberdeen Asset Management Plc had 12.7 billion pounds ($19.1 billion) of net outflows in the fiscal fourth quarter as investors including oil-exporting countries pulled money out of emerging markets. The shares dropped the most in three months. Company CEO Martin Gilbert speaks on "Bloomberg ‹GO›." (Source: Bloomberg)
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