© Reuters. Illustration photo of a South Korean Won note
SEOUL (Reuters) – South Korea’s foreign exchange authorities were suspected to have sold dollars to curb weakness in the won on Thursday morning, several dealers told Reuters.
The won started gaining shortly after the market opened, hitting a high of 1,189.4 per dollar from 1,194.0 in onshore trading.
One dealer, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said the authorities seemed determined to show their resolve in containing won weakness.
The won last fetching 1,190.8 per dollar as of 0041 GMT.
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