International Reserves in Indonesia

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Indonesia - International Reserves

Economic momentum eased marginally in the third quarter according to recent data. Both private and government consumption slowed as the boost from election-related spending ebbed. Moreover, fixed investment growth fell to a three-year low, likely due in part to import controls. However, the contribution from the external sector strengthened, as these same controls led to a sharp fall in imports. Turning to the fourth quarter, economic activity is likely broadly unchanged, as recent substantial monetary easing should be providing support to the domestic economy. That said, signs from the manufacturing sector are discouraging: The PMI fell to a near four-year low in October amid lower production and new orders. Meanwhile, in the political arena, President Jokowi announced his new cabinet in mid-October. Market-friendly Sri Mulyani was reappointed as finance minister, boding well for business sentiment.

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 Yield7.35-0.05 %Sep 04
Exchange Rate14,1530.05 %Sep 04
Stock Market6,270-0.32 %Sep 04

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