Taiwan Shares Fall Most in Two Months on U.S. Rate-Hike Prospect

  • Decline follows selloff in U.S. on speculation rates will rise
  • Big caps are biggest drags on concern fund flows may reverse

Taiwan shares fell the most in two months as big-cap stocks slumped on increased prospects for interest-rate hikes in the U.S., prompting concern foreign investors might pull funds from the island.

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