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30 May 2018 By Clara Ferreira Marques

Southeast Asia’s largest economy has raised rates for the second time in two weeks. It sends a clear message that the new central bank governor Perry Warjiyo will put a steady currency first. Much of the 25-basis-point hike has been priced in, but timing and tone should reassure.

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