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    lagging behind the Thai baht's 12 percent slide

    The won fell 0.4 percent to 1,048.90 versus the dollar as of 10:51 a.m. in Seoul, according to Seoul Money Brokerage Services Ltd. The Korean currency was Asia's second-biggest loser in the first half, lagging behind the Thai baht's 12 percent slide. SK Energy and Korean Air, the nation's biggest airline, forecast the won will climb beyond 1,000 per dollar by year-end, similar to the 995 median estimate of 24 strategists surveyed by Bloomberg N
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    Good news

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    Just checked, the Euro is at 52 now, that's great.

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