Korea Stock Exchange

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Korea Stock Exchange

The major securities market of Korea.
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Korea Exchange

A stock exchange in South Korea. It was created through the merger of the Korea Stock Exchange, the Korea Futures Exchange and KOSDAQ. Stocks, bonds, ETFs, REITs, futures and options are all traded on the Korea Exchange.
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