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    * Most regional currencies subdued
    * S. Korea's KOSPI had best day since Sept. 3 
    * U.S. CPI due at 1230 GMT

    By Indranil Sarkar
    Sept 14 (Reuters) - Easing COVID-19 curbs helped Indonesian
stocks hit a one-week high on Tuesday, while Malaysian equities
fell as declining cases and rising vaccinations continued to
drag glove makers such as Top Glove and Hartalega
Holdings.
    Most emerging Asian currencies were flat ahead of key U.S.
inflation data, due at 1230 GMT, which could offer clues on the
country's economic recovery and the Federal Reserve potentially
tapering pandemic-era stimulus measures.
    The Thai baht, Singapore dollar and the
Malaysian ringgit were all trading flat to marginally
higher.
    Indonesia eased pandemic-induced curbs in its popular
tourist island of Bali, fuelling a 0.5% rise in the country's
equities.
    Since peaking at more than 56,000 cases in July, the number
of daily infections in Indonesia has dropped significantly in
the past month. It recorded less than 3,000 cases on Monday. 
    Dragging stocks in Kuala Lampur, Malaysia's biggest
glove maker, Top Glove, and rival Hartalega dropped more than 2%
each to head for their ninth session of losses out of 10. For
the month so far, the companies have lost 20% and 17%,
respectively. 
    Furthermore, Malaysia's cabinet on Tuesday proposed raising
the government's statutory debt ceiling to 65% of gross domestic
product, as part of measures to deal with the economic fallout
from the pandemic.
    In Philippines, authorities said the country's capital
region would shift to localised lockdowns and an alert level
system from Sept. 16, a move that would allow more businesses to
resume operations.
    Manila's benchmark stock index gained as much as 0.7%
to hit a more than three-month high. It later reversed course to
trade 0.7% lower by 0708 GMT, weighed down mostly by industrial
stocks.
    South Korean stocks had their best session in nearly
two weeks. The U.S. and South Korea, in a meeting on Monday,
stressed on the importance of working together to strengthen
supply chains, including for semiconductors.
    
    HIGHLIGHTS
    ** Indonesian 10-year benchmark yields up 1.8 basis points
at 6.18%​​
    ** In the Philippines, top index loser was SM Investments
Corp, down 2.08%
    ** Top gainer on the Jakarta stock index was WEHA
Transportasi Indonesia Tbk PT, up 29.41% 
    
    
 Asia stock indexes and currencies at                  
 0728 GMT                                         
 COUNT  FX RIC         FX     FX    INDEX  STOCK  STOCK
 RY                 DAILY  YTD %               S  S YTD
                        %                  DAILY      %
                                               %  
 Japan               0.01  -6.12            0.73  11.75
 China               0.16   1.33           -1.42   5.46
 India               0.11  -0.71            0.35  24.56
 Indon              -0.04  -1.51            0.47    2.3
 esia                                             
 Malay               0.02  -3.09           -0.85  -4.33
 sia                                              
 Phili               0.01  -3.68           -0.69  -3.07
 ppine                                            
 s                                                
 S.Kor               0.44  -7.23            0.67   9.58
 ea                                               
 Singa              -0.01  -1.56            0.24   8.36
 pore                                             
 Taiwa               0.14   2.89           -0.07  18.34
 n                                                
 Thail              -0.06  -8.99            -0.4  12.27
 and                                              
 

    
 (Reporting by Indranil Sarkar in Bengaluru; Editing by Devika
Syamnath)
  

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