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What's next for Southeast Asian stocks, currencies?

SINGAPORE -- China's surprise second devaluation of the yuan on Wednesday sent shock waves rippling through Southeast Asian currency and equity markets.

     All major stock indexes in Asia declined Wednesday, while various economies, including Singapore, Indonesia and Malaysia, saw their currencies weaken further. Is this "yuan shock" merely a temporary spasm, or will the impact linger? Two analysts from the region weigh in.

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