RPT-More downside as headwinds buffet Asian stocks


(Repeats story filed on May 18) By Ian Chua and David Dolan HONG KONG/TOKYO, May 18 (Reuters) - Investors in Asia stocks may be in for a bitter blow. The sharp fall in regional markets is likely to be the start of a deeper pullback with rising Asian currencies weighing on exporters and higher commodity prices hitting manufacturers such as Nissan Motor Co. and Hitachi Cable Ltd. . Worries about inflation and rising interest rates also threaten to hurt consumption in the United States, ...

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