South Korea’s won was little changed after posting its biggest two-day slump in more than three weeks, as concerns remain that a U.K. vote to leave the European Union would roil global financial markets.
The benchmark stock index added to Monday’s losses and touched the lowest in more than two weeks as foreign investors dumped Korean shares for a third straight session.
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