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A woman holds Indonesian rupiah banknotes in front of a Bank Indonesia mobile bank in Jakarta on July 15, 2013. Indonesia’s benchmark has now turned negative this year.
A woman holds Indonesian rupiah banknotes in front of a Bank Indonesia mobile bank in Jakarta on July 15, 2013. Indonesia’s benchmark has now turned negative this year.
(BEAWIHARTA/REUTERS)

FINANCIAL TIMES

In Thailand and Indonesia, investor moods have soured

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From record-breaking deals and oversubscribed listings at eye-popping prices to worries about technical recession and yawning current account deficits in just over three months. Investor moods change fast in southeast Asia.