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The latest Retail Sales Survey conducted by Bank
Indonesia indicated another period of stronger retail sales performance in
April 2021, with the corresponding Real Sales Index (RSI) accelerating to 17.3%
(mtm) and 15.6% (yoy) from 6.1% (mtm) and -14.6% (yoy) in the previous period.
Retailers confirmed that sales performance improved in response to a seasonal
spike in demand during Ramadan, supported by various retail sales promotions
(discounts). The main drivers of retail sales in the reporting period were
Clothing; Food, Beverages and Tobacco; as well as Automotive Fuels.
Given lasting seasonal demand during the Ramadan and
Eid-ul-Fitr festive period, retailers expected to maintain positive sales
performance in the month of May 2021, as indicated by RSI growth of 1.6% (mtm)
and 12.9% (yoy), despite retreating compared with conditions one month earlier.
Slower sales growth was primarily expected to impact Food, Beverages and
Tobacco as well as Clothing.
In terms of prices, retailers predicted a slight
build-up of inflationary pressures in the next three months (July) before
dispersing in the next six months (October). Such dynamics were confirmed by
modest bump in the 3-month Price Expectations Index (PEI) to 142.4 from 141.4,
coupled with a decrease in the 6-month PEI to 134.0 from 134.9, influenced by
orderly distribution and adequate supply.
survey results are presented in the Retail Sales Survey available on the
Bank Indonesia website.
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