SEOUL, June 20 (Reuters) - Seoul shares fell 2 percent to end at its lowest in nearly 11 months on Thursday, as the U.S. Federal Reserve signalled an eventual reduction of easy money and China’s factory activity hit a nine-month low.
The Korea Composite Stock Price Index ended down at 1,850.49 points.
The market’s key components were hammered, with Samsung Electronics falling 2.9 percent and finishing at a 7-month closing low.
Foreign investors were sellers for a 10th straight session, the longest selling streak in three months. (Reporting by Jungyoun Park; Editing by Jacqueline Wong)