Korean Won Falls as Trade Data Overshadowed Before Yellen SpeechBy
Current account added to record surplus run in October
Global funds continue to offload Korean shares on Fed odds
The won closed weaker for a fifth day before a speech by Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen, who may give insight to the path of potential U.S. interest-rate increases that have spurred South Korean outflows.
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