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Indonesian stock watchers expect 'negative' reaction if ex-general wins presidency

JAKARTA -- There is less than a week to go before voters choose Indonesia's next president, and the unexpectedly tight race is weighing on the country's stocks. 

     The benchmark Jakarta stock index opened slightly lower on Thursday, at 4905.73, and remains around 3% off its high for the year in May.

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