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PT Waskita Karya assured that it will continue to issue a bond worth Rp 1.5 trillion in the near future, officials said Wednesday.
Investors are selling their mid-term bonds, hoping to book profits from the bonds` significant yield increases.
President Widodo will look for strategic partner countries to issue state bonds and state sukuks.
The government is auctioning 4 sukuk series next week, targeting Rp2.5 trillion in proceeds.
The government has sold a series of state bonds and earned Rp15 trillion to be used to help pluck up a deficit in the state budget.
The Indonesian government plans to issue 100 billion yen worth of Samurai bonds in three series: RIJPY0818, RIJPY0820, and RIJPY0825.
Finance Minister says that the offer is based on the fact that China has the largest forex reserves in the world.
The auction opens on Tuesday next week.
The auction will be held openly by Bank Indonesia from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm tomorrow, with results announced on the same day.
Analysts project next year's bond market to fluctuate on price volatility, affected by internal and external factors.
The fuel price adjustment may lower next year's budget deficit financing target from bond issuance, Finance Minister says.
The government decided to cancel a sukuk auction initially scheduled to take place today, November 11.
As an effort to source infrastructure financing, the OJK and the BPK will monitor municipal bond issuance.
In a bid to minimize the high share of foreign ownership, Chatib Basri encourages domestic investors to buy the Indonesian Retail Bonds (ORI).
Of the five bond series offered, the government only took four.
Investors' positive response over the product is expected to lessen the government's burden in financing infrastructure projects for the long haul.
If there are a global economic data that investors can positively respond to, the bond rate will strengthen mildly, analyst says.
"Had Prabowo not sign the integrity pact, there is a huge possibility that the market would be just fine," analyst says.
Long-term government futures are becoming more popular since long-term tenor yield is increasing.
Investors have shown strong interest in Indonesia's euro-denominated bond issued recently, stated the Finance Minister.