BANGKOK, May 26 (Reuters) - Indonesian stocks closed up 7.3 percent on Wednesday, rebounding from three-month lows, as shares in Bumi Resources surged after a court ruled against a tax investigation into one of its units. [ID:nJAK389318] The benchmark index closed up 7.27 percent at 2,696.78, after hitting its lowest since Feb. 12 on Tuesday. Bumi Resources ended up nearly 20 percent. Gains included automotive distributor Astra International , the biggest firm by market capitalisation, ...
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