JAKARTA -- The rumbling, ash-spewing volcano on the eastern edge of Bali is sending shock waves through the local economy. Major and minor conventions are being relocated or scrapped, hitting hotels with losses. Flights are being canceled. Loans are going sour. And the scope of the damage could still widen if Mount Agung refuses to settle down.
Bali's economic losses mount as volcano rumbles
Empty hotels, canceled flights, sour loans -- and worst may be to come