David Kuo
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Falling currencies hitting Asia

Currencies across Asia have been seeing falls linked to uncertainty over the US Federal Reserve's stimulus programme.

It is not just the Indian rupee that's been on a downward spiral.

Elsewhere in the region, the Indonesian rupiah and the Australian dollar have both been weakening against the US dollar.

For more on why these currencies are falling, and what impact that will have on their respective economies, Rico Hizon spoke to David Kuo, chief executive at The Motley Fool in Singapore.

  • 13 Jun 2013