International Reserves in Indonesia

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Indonesia - International Reserves

The economy likely grew fairly strongly in the fourth quarter, bolstered by healthy consumption and fixed investment, although high-frequency indicators are mixed. The manufacturing PMI averaged slightly lower in Q4 compared to Q3 against a backdrop of swirling global trade tensions, while the country posted a record trade deficit in the period on a combination of lackluster exports and double-digit import growth. That said, import growth did ebb from the extremely high readings seen in prior quarters amid higher import tariffs. In addition, the tourist sector performed well, while the rupiah has recovered sharply since November and foreign reserves—which were depleted in Q1-Q3—increased. On the political front, in late December the government finally reached an agreement with mining company Freeport-McMoRan over the huge Grasberg copper mine, which will see the government acquire a majority stake in the mine. In exchange, Freeport should be able to continue operations until 2041.

Indonesia - International Reserves Data

2013  2014  2015  2016  2017  
International Reserves (USD)99.4  112  106  116  130  

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Indonesia International Reserves Chart

Indonesia International Reserves
Note: International reserves in months of imports.
Source: Bank Indonesia and FocusEconomics calculations.

Indonesia Facts

Bond Yield8.16-0.05 %Jan 30
Exchange Rate14,1300.05 %Jan 30
Stock Market6,464-0.32 %Jan 30

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