Won Falls on Intervention Concern After Leading Post-Brexit GainBy
Currency halts four-day advance after rising most since 2011
Exports posted smallest contraction in a year in June
South Korea’s won fell on speculation the central bank will intervene after the currency led a post-Brexit rally in Asia last week, threatening exports just when they are showing signs of picking up.
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