Rupiah Drops Most in Six Weeks After Indonesia Cuts GDP EstimateBy
Currency weakens to lowest level since Asian financial crisis
Indonesia's sovereign bond yields rise by most in two weeks
The rupiah fell the most in six weeks after Indonesia cut its economic growth forecast and as a report from China added to concern that a slowdown in Asia’s largest economy is worsening.
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