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The IDX Composite was affected from global sentiments and economic recession hitting several foreign countries.
Bank Indonesia deputy deems now is the best time to promote sharia economy in the midst of a global trade war between the United States and China.
Bank Indonesia (BI) Governor talks of changes in the global spectrum in the past few years such as the shifting trend from globalization to digital.
Bank Indonesia decided to lower the benchmark 7-day reverse repo (7DRR) rate by 25 bps to 5.5 percent.
Bank Indonesia Governor Perry Warjiyo said that inflation rate can still be maintained despite the long dry season.
BI has decided to lower its reference rate by 25 base points to a level of 5.5 percent, which affects the price of a number of government bonds.
Bank Indonesia (BI) finally decided to cut the benchmark interest rate after maintaining it at 6.00 percent for the last eight months.
OVO director of enterprise payment, Haryanto Gunawan, congratulated LinkAja on its grand launching held on Sunday.
Bank Indonesia (BI) wants financial technology (fintechs) companies to establish better connections and linkages with banks' digital system.
Bank Indonesia said trend of the rupiah weakening against the US dollar s a temporary symptom due to the uncertainty in the global financial market.
Bank Indonesia (BI) senior deputy governor Mirza Adityaswara opined foreign online game potentially hinders Indonesia's balance of payment.
Bank Indonesia (BI) has forecast the country's inflation in March 2019 to reach 0.07 percent month-to-month.
The Jakarta Composite Index (JCI) and the rupiah weakened on today's trade, February 22.
Bank Indonesia (BI) Governor Perry Warjiyo appealed to all parties not to worry about the state's current account deficit (CAD).
Bank Indonesia (BI) Governor said there would be a US$5 billion surplus in the state's balance of payments for the fourth quarter of 2018.
Bank Indonesia (BI) guarantees that the draft regulation on export-specific foreign exchange accounts (DHE) has been completed.
Bank Indonesia (BI) said that the amount of Indonesia's foreign debt, which reached US$372.9 billion or Rp5,295 trillion, is "still safe".
Bank Indonesia (BI) stated that the ratio of foreign debt remains at the safe level.
Bank Indonesia (BI) is expected to increase the benchmark interest rate (7-day reverse repo rate/7DRRR) by another 25 bps.