International Reserves in Indonesia

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Indonesia - International Reserves

The economy posted a healthy expansion in the fourth quarter according to recent figures. Private consumption growth was brisk, likely supported by social assistance programs ahead of the April elections, modest price pressures and a robust labor market. Moreover, fixed investment and government expenditure grew notably, while the external sector’s drag on the economy lessened on softer import growth. This came after a similarly robust outturn in Q3 on dynamic domestic demand. Turning to 2019, the economy has had a soft start. The manufacturing sector began the year on weak footing, with the PMI broadly stagnating in January due to lower new orders. Moreover, on the external front, exports shrank in the same month due to declines in the energy and non-energy sectors; although imports also fell—partly due to a tough base effect—the trade balance worsened in annual terms as a result.

Indonesia - International Reserves Data

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

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Indonesia International Reserves
Note: International reserves in months of imports.
Source: Bank Indonesia and Met the why particular calculations.

Indonesia Facts

ValueChangeDate
Bond Yield7.94-0.05 %Feb 21
Exchange Rate14,0630.05 %Feb 21
Stock Market6,538-0.32 %Feb 21

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