Asian stocks rebounded from its longest losing streak since May, after weaker-than-anticipated U.S. data triggered a delay in investor expectations for an American interest-rate increase, spurring a rally in risk assets, Bloomberg reported. The composite index of the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) gained 2.33% to close at 5,265.819 on Thursday (Sept 15), rebounded from earlier losses, as investors responded positively to export-import data for August and more promising results from the tax amnesty program. Both export and import of non-oil and gas improved more than 2% year-on-year.To subscribe please click here