Indonesia Rupiah, Stocks Advance After Central Bank Raises RatesYudith Ho and Harry Suhartono
Indonesian stocks gained the most in seven weeks and the rupiah rose after the central bank raised borrowing costs to the highest level since 2009 in an unscheduled move. Government bonds rose.
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