Indonesia Rupiah, Stocks Plummet on Current-Account GapYudith Ho and Harry Suhartono
Indonesia’s rupiah fell to 10,500 per dollar for the first time since 2009, stocks dropped by the most in 22 months and government bonds plunged after the current-account deficit widened to a record last quarter.
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