Indonesia’s rupiah was little changed over the past five days, snapping a run of three weekly declines, as data from the U.S., China and Europe bolstered confidence in the global economic recovery. Bonds slipped on the week.
Thailand’s caretaker government installed an acting prime minister to stave off collapse after a court removed Yingluck Shinawatra, casting doubt on a general election planned for July and risking renewed protests.
Indonesia’s 10-year government bonds had their biggest weekly decline in almost two years, as overseas funds trimmed holdings of the nation’s assets on concern inflation will quicken. The rupiah slid for a third week.