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