rupiah


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the basic unit of money in Indonesia

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The figure was also above the 58 billion rupiah monthly average LCS transactions recorded last year, the BI data revealed.
Previously, ADB had issued 10- and 11-year bonds in Chinese renminbi, Indian rupees, and Indonesian rupiah, but longer maturities had proven elusive.
Nevertheless, the 9% decline in the rupiah against the US dollar since the start of 2018 could create pressure on companies with sizeable foreign-currency borrowings and weaker hedging practices.
Mapa said both the peso and the rupiah, together with the Indian rupee, struggled this ndash year emerging as the worst performing currencies in the region due to concerns about widening trade gaps and resultant current account deficits.
The government and the central bank must team up to counter any impact of such a step on the rupiah as well, he said.
While higher oil prices have yielded Pertamina better returns from its oil and gas output, they have also increased the fuel bill for the net oil importer, especially amid the slumping rupiah.
In the first nine months, Indonesia recorded a 16.9 percent increase in FDI which amounted to 266 trillion rupiah (about 19.6 billion U.S.
The minister said direct transactions using rupiah and yuan would protect both currencies from the negative impact of any change in demand for US dollar.
The rupiah advanced 1 percent to 12,458, heading for its biggest weekly gain in six months, and India's rupee rose 0.7 percent to 61.41.
Anyone in violation of the bylaw faces a maximum of six months in prison or a fine of 50 million rupiah (US$4,100).
Taiwan's dollar and the Indonesian rupiah are forecast to lead a recovery in Asian currencies next year as attention shifts to the region's growth potential and away from the reduction in US monetary stimulus.
Jakarta: Indonesia's economy grew at its slowest in nearly four years in the third quarter, as weak exports risk leaving its trade balance in deficit and the rupiah vulnerable to further falls.
is priced from 99 million rupiah, or about 850,000 yen, to 120 million rupiah, or about 1.03 million yen, Japan's largest automaker said.
JAKARTA -- Indonesia's central bank has moved to shore up its rupiah currency after it hit a four-year low, as foreign investors exit emerging markets due to expectations that huge stimulus schemes in the developed world will soon end.
State owned pharmaceutical company PT Indofarma (Persero) Tbk (INAF) said it suffered badly because of the rupiah depreciation against the US dollar as 99% of its basic materials are imported.