Bank Indonesia's move heralds end of toilet breaks?

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  • Tuesday, 30 Jul 2013

SINGAPORE: Indonesian currency traders are hoping they will need to take fewer toilet breaks, now that the central bank has started to relax its tight grip on the rupiah.

Bank Indonesia (BI) went to such extraordinary lengths in recent months to curb speculative selling of the rupiah that traders say it sent officials into trading rooms, forcing them to retreat to rest rooms to swap market gossip, often via smartphone apps.

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