Emerging markets: Indonesian rupiah falls on virus concerns; Asia forex eyes Fed meeting

JAKARTA, June 14 (Reuters): Indonesia's rupiah was on track for its biggest daily fall in over three weeks on Monday amid surging coronavirus infections, while trading in most other Asian emerging markets was muted ahead of a Federal Reserve meeting this week.

The rupiah weakened 0.3% and was set for its biggest one-day fall since May 20 after Indonesia on Sunday reported the highest number of daily coronavirus cases since late February.

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