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The rupiah exchange rate weakened this morning, August 15, ahead of the trade balance release for July's performance.
Bank Indonesia decided to maintain its benchmark 7-day Reverse Repo Rate (BI7DDR) at 6 percent.
The rupiah's interbank rate in Jakarta closed down today following the IMF's correction over the global economic outlook.
The increasing amount of foreign exchange (forex) reserves could not help the rupiah gain, despite the US dollar index's depreciation.
The Jakarta Composite Index (JCI) and the rupiah weakened on today's trade, February 22.
The US Dollar was affected by The Fed's decision to delay its interest rate increase, allowing Rupiah to gain positive points.
The rupiah gained 27 bps to trade for 14,564 per U.S. dollar this morning, as the market sees potentials of weakening economy in the United States.
The government needs to anticipate the potential rise of the Fed's interest rate and the US economic improvement.
Speculations that there would be no Fed Rate hike this year makes the rupiah jump 1234 points (8.42 percent).
The strengthening of Indonesian rupiah will offer a good momentum for industries to develop creativity and innovations.
The rupiah took a low dip on Tuesday's trade, losing 163 points or 1.22 percent to close midday session at Rp13,571 per US dollar.
The rupiah is predicted to move thinly between the Rp13,350 and 13,450 level per US dollar on Tuesday, October 13.
The rupiah exchange will remain competitive to boost exports in manufacturing and control the inflation rate, a BI senior deputy governor says
Indonesian currency continued to appreciate on Friday, up 439 points to Rp13,448 against the US dollar from the previous close of Rp13,887.
Bank Indonesia rupiah middle rate is set at Rp14,065 per US dollar on Wednesday, October 7, with the buying level passed the Rp14,000/US$ level.
Bloomberg Dollar Index said the rupiah gained 21 points or 0.14% to Rp14,482/US$ at the opening Tuesday, October 6.
Analysts estimate that BI rupiah middle rate against the US dollar in trading Monday, October 5, to move in the range of between 14,690 and 14,715
Rupiah on rebound, appreciated by 45 points or 0.31% to Rp14,646 per US dollar at the close of trading Friday, October 2.
Bloomberg Dollar Index said the rupiah opened Wednesday, September 30, up 4 points or 0.03% to Rp14,687/US$.
Bloomberg Dollar Index said at the opening Tuesday, September 29, rupiah fell 42 points or 0.29% to Rp14,716/US$.