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No. 26/34/DKom Indonesia's Balance of Payments (BOP) performance improved in the fourth quarter of 2023, thus bolstering external sector resilience.  Indonesia's BOP in the fourth quarter of 2023 recorded an USD8.6 billion surplus, improving sig

​No. 26/33/DKom The BI Board of Governors Meeting agreed on 20th -21st February 2024 to hold the BI-Rate at 6.00%, while also maintaining the Deposit Facility (DF) rate and Lending Facility (LF) rate at 5.25% and 6.75% respectively. The decision to h

​No. 26/32/DKom The results of the latest Residential Property Price Survey conducted by Bank Indonesia in the fourth quarter of 2024 indicates that residential property prices in the primary market are rising, yet not as quickly as in the previous p

No. 26/30/DKom Respondents of the latest Retail Sales Survey conducted by Bank Indonesia expect retail sales to increase in January 2024, as reflected by 3.7% (yoy) growth in the Real Sales Index (RSI) to a level of 216.0, driven by stronger retail s

​No.26/28/DKom The position of external debt in Indonesia remained manageable in the fourth quarter of 2023. At the end of the fourth quarter of 2023, the position of external debt in Indonesia was recorded at USD407.1 billion, with growth accelerati

No.26/27/DKom The latest Consumer Survey conducted by Bank Indonesia in January 2024 indicates increasing consumer confidence in economic conditions compared to December 2023, as reflected by a higher Consumer Confidence Index (CCI) reading of 125.0

​No. 26/24/DKom  The position of reserve assets in Indonesia remained high at the end of January 2024, totalling USD145,1 billion, despite retreating from USD146,4 billion at the end of December 2023. The decrease stemmed, amongst others, from t

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