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Retail traders who drove record gains in South Korean stocks during the darkest days of the pandemic have been bracing for a new threat — the return of institutional players betting on share-price declines.

The world’s longest ban on short-selling stocks came to an end Monday, with stocks fluctuating between gains and losses. Nevertheless, the end of the ban has individual investors scrambling for strategies to protect their portfolios.

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