Resurgent Rupiah Offers Respite for Indonesia's Sinking ReservesBy and
Stockpile shrinks for a record seventh month in September
Rupiah falls on Thursday, paring October gain to 5.6 percent
A rebound in the rupiah is seen giving Bank Indonesia a chance to rebuild its foreign-exchange reserves after a record seventh monthly decline in the holdings that risks undermining confidence.
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