Monthly Economic Review

BOTTOM LINE: Taken together, the latest indicators indicate that the Indonesian economic state of play is steadily improving in August-September 2021. The significant drop in Covid-19 outbreaks and relaxation of social mobility restriction would help reactivate economic activities. Encouraging bank lending is the key supporting factor. Download Now!

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Monthly Economic Review

BOTTOM LINE: Indonesia technically exit economic recession after the GDP registering a 7.07% annual growth in Q2/2021, following four consecutive contractions in the past four quarters. On demand side, all components of GDP  grew positively, and the government consumption charted the highest growth. The growth data did not significantly affect rupiah, which continued weakening in…

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Monthly Economic Review

BOTTOM LINE: There were no significant changes in economic situation since early June to the third week of July. The general prices recorded a deflation in June and would be back to a mild inflation in July. Rupiah value is somewhat volatile at the manageable level, and so did the stock prices, while banking sector…

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Monthly Economic Review

BOTTOM LINE: Up until mid of June 2021, the economic stability was fairly manageable despite the modest increase in inflation and volatile rupiah. The central bank kept its monetary policy rate largely considers the need to maintain rupiah stability and the current rate is still conducive for economic recovery. In short-time, the upside risk for…

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Monthly Economic Review

BOTTOM LINE: Major economic indicators did not experience significant changes over April to mid of May 2021. Inflationary pressures still manageable as indicated by low inflation, rupiah was moving in the range of Rp14,300 to Rp14,500 against the US dollar, while central bank kept its monetary policy rates at 3.5%. On quarterly basis, the contraction…

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Monthly Economic Review

BOTTOM LINE: Amidst the continued low inflationary pressures, rupiah is still on a weakening trend over three weeks of April. Capital markets is also in a worsening performance as signified by the drop in Indonesian stock price composite index and bond price index. Yields of Indonesian government bonds has been increasing, reflects higher risks perception…

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