People stand in the lobby of the Indonesia Stock Exchange building in Jakarta, June 12, 2013. Asian stock, bond and currency markets took another big hit on Tuesday after a fresh spike in U.S. interest rates re-ignited concerns about capital flows from the region and prompting a surprise rate hike by Indonesia's central bank.
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