South Korean Stocks Could Break Free From Bargain Hunters

  • Rising profits could trigger Kospi to escape ‘value trap’: Huh
  • Kospi valued at world’s cheapest in more than a decade

South Korean equities, stuck near the lowest level versus the world since the 2008 global financial crisis, are ready to break free with the second-highest earnings growth prospects in Asia, according to Huh Nam-Kwon of Shinyoung Investment Management Co.

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