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Indonesian shares, rupiah tumble again on economy, US Fed worries

JAKARTA: Indonesian shares and the rupiah took another hard hit on Tuesday, pulled down for a third day by worries about the economy and the wider malaise sweeping emerging markets on fears that reduced U.S. monetary stimulus will hurt them.

Physical gold has not lost its lustre

The price of gold may have dropped 26.16% over the last two years, from a high of US$1,889.70 in August 2011 to US$1,211.60 an ounce in August 2013, and demand may have declined too, but the exit from the gold market has largely been from gold-denominated ETFs (exchange traded funds) with demands for physical gold remaining very high.

Malaysia Q2 GDP seen growing but current account in focus

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's economic growth likely picked up in April-June as activity recovered after a tense national election, but skittish investors could focus more on signs that weak exports are pushing the current account towards a deficit.

Rupee, rupiah lead emerging market slide on Fed fears

MUMBAI/JAKARTA: India's rupee crashed to a record low and the Indonesian rupiah hit a 4-year trough on Monday, as the expected withdrawal of U.S. monetary stimulus prompts investors to shun emerging markets burdened by weak external balances, slowing economies and inflation.

Rupee, rupiah come under fire; gold on a roll

India's currency cartwheeled to historic lows on Monday while markets in Indonesia took a spill, evidence of how rising US yields are making it harder for emerging nations to fund their current account deficits.

Indian, Indonesian currencies come under fire

SYDNEY, Aug 19 (Reuters) - India's currency cartwheeled to historic lows on Monday while markets in Indonesia took a spill, evidence of how rising U.S. yields are making it harder for emerging nations to fund their current account deficits.

Japan exports hit 3-year high, but trade deficit jumps

Japanese exports rose in July at the fastest annual pace in nearly three years as the benefits of a weak yen finally started to take hold, and brisk sales of cars and electronics to the United States, Asia and Europe showed a recovery in overseas demand.

Selling like hot cakes

During the current heatwave in Japan, all kinds of cooling gadgets are flying off the shelves.

Russia readies tighter customs if Ukraine signs EU deal - report

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia is preparing tighter customs controls with Ukraine in case Kiev makes the "suicidal" move of signing an association agreement with the European Union, an aide to President Vladimir Putin was quoted as saying on Sunday.

Bomb hits Iraq's main commodity port, traffic unaffected

BASRA, Iraq (Reuters) - A truck bomb exploded at Iraq's main commodities port near the oil-exporting southern city of Basra, wounding four people on Saturday, but officials said shipping traffic at the Umm Qasr docks was not affected.