EMERGING MARKETS-Asian markets broadly down; S.Korean won, Thai baht lead currencies lower

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* Thai c.bank to hold rate at record low - poll * Philippine, Taiwan stocks down over 1% * Malaysia's August exports rise 18.4%, above forecast By Arundhati Dutta Sept 28 (Reuters) - Asian emerging market currencies and stocks were broadly lower on Tuesday amid concerns about China's economic outlook, with the South Korean won and the Thai baht leading losses as a rally in oil prices weighed on the region's net importing nations. The Thai baht weakened 0.3% ahead of the country's central bank meeting on Wednesday where it is widely expected to leave its key interest rate at a record low, while the South Koran won fell up to 0.5%. "A mix of higher energy prices and rising UST yields may not bode well for AXJs (Asian ex-Japan currencies), especially those net energy importers," analysts at Maybank wrote in a note. Oil prices extended their rally into a sixth session amid continued concerns over tight supply, while U.S. Treasury yields have bee
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