Analysis: Indonesia's defenses begin to crumble in the face of an unrelenting dollar

Analysis: Indonesia’s defenses begin to crumble in the face of an unrelenting dollar

SINGAPORE, Oct 17 (Reuters) – Indonesia’s currency is plummeting and foreign money in its bond markets is heading for the exit, fueling fears that Southeast Asia’s biggest economy is finally starting to crack after months of remarkable resilience in the face of global headwinds. Despite its history of ruthless slashing of the market during a …

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