With Fed on Hold, Southeast Asia Is Diverging on Rate Policy

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  • Indonesia cuts interest rates for fifth time to spur economy
  • Philippines’ central bank may start tightening next year: DBS

Why Fed's Hold on Policy Is Positive for Emerging Markets

With the U.S. Federal Reserve holding off on raising interest rates, Southeast Asian central banks are taking divergent approaches to monetary policy.

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