Archive for September, 2013

  • Summarised by Agnes Samosir Fed reprieve widens window for Indonesia’s reform as growth slows. Thursday (19/9), as the Federal Reserve (fed) held off its plan for a taper of quantitative easing, reactions emerge in developing countries. Indonesian policy makers, for one, see the deferral as giving extra time to address […]

    News Summary: 14-20 September 2013

    Summarised by Agnes Samosir Fed reprieve widens window for Indonesia’s reform as growth slows. Thursday (19/9), as the Federal Reserve (fed) held off its plan for a taper of quantitative easing, reactions emerge in developing countries. Indonesian policy makers, for one, see the deferral as giving extra time to address […]

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  • Summarised by Agnes Samosir Bank Indonesia once more raises BI rate. Defying market expectation and prediction, Bank Indonesia once more raised the reference rate, namely BI rate, on Thursday (12/9) afternoon. At present, the rate stands at 7.25 percent, or 25 basis points increase from the previous rate. BI rate […]

    News Summary: 7-13 Sept 2013

    Summarised by Agnes Samosir Bank Indonesia once more raises BI rate. Defying market expectation and prediction, Bank Indonesia once more raised the reference rate, namely BI rate, on Thursday (12/9) afternoon. At present, the rate stands at 7.25 percent, or 25 basis points increase from the previous rate. BI rate […]

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  • Summarised by Agnes Samosir Indonesia at risk of repeating 1997-1998 crisis? According to a report released by Singapore-based DBS bank on Thursday (5/9), Indonesia is particularly vulnerable to financial stress due to the recent trend of capital outflow. The report states that Asian countries are now closer than ever to […]

    News Summary: 31 Aug – 6 Sept 2013

    Summarised by Agnes Samosir Indonesia at risk of repeating 1997-1998 crisis? According to a report released by Singapore-based DBS bank on Thursday (5/9), Indonesia is particularly vulnerable to financial stress due to the recent trend of capital outflow. The report states that Asian countries are now closer than ever to […]

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