Exchange Rate in Indonesia
Inflation came in at 4.3% in April, down from March’s 5.0%. The reading marked the lowest inflation rate since May 2022. April’s result was mainly driven by softer price pressures for housing and fuels. Inflation should slow further ahead, but it will remain high due to pass-through effects. Global commodities demand and energy prices are factors to watch.
Indonesia Exchange Rate Chart
Indonesia Exchange Rate Data
|Exchange Rate (IDR per USD, aop)||13,382.35||14,233.64||14,141.48||14,542.98||14,294.82|