BANGKOK, Dec 30 (Reuters) - Indonesian stocks climbed to their highest in nearly three weeks amid selective buying in large-caps, ending 2013 with their first yearly loss since 2008, while stocks in Singapore, Malaysia and Vietnam ended mixed in a light trading session. Jakarta's Composite Index finished up 1.5 percent at 4,274.18, the highest close since Dec. 10. Shares of Astra International and Bank Rakyat Indonesia were among those actively traded. The index was down 1 percent in ...
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