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Running hot and cold

13 January 2011 By Wayne Arnold

As U.S. optimism grows, inflows to riskier markets like Indonesia, India and the Philippines seem to be wavering. That may relieve central bankers worried about rising currencies and asset bubbles. But investors can no longer consider Asian stocks and bonds as a oneway bet.

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