Mauritius Stocks Drop Most in Two Years After U.S. DowngradeKamlesh Bhuckory
Mauritian stocks fell, sending the benchmark index down the most in more than two years, and the rupee weakened after a credit rating downgrade of the U.S. damped demand for assets in developing countries.
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