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MNI STATE OF PLAY:Bank Indonesia Balances Timing On Tightening

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After a hike in neighbouring Malaysia, a move by Indonesia's central bank cannot be ruled out.

Indonesia’s central bank meets this week and momentum for inflation and a weakened rupiah are likely to be top of the agenda.

While Bank Indonesia’s Board of Governors are not expected to hike the benchmark seven day reverse repo rate from 3.5%, a pre-emptive rate rise should not be ruled out, See: MNI STATE OF PLAY: Indonesia CB Sees Risks To Benign Inflation.

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Indonesia’s central bank meets this week and momentum for inflation and a weakened rupiah are likely to be top of the agenda.

While Bank Indonesia’s Board of Governors are not expected to hike the benchmark seven day reverse repo rate from 3.5%, a pre-emptive rate rise should not be ruled out, See: MNI STATE OF PLAY: Indonesia CB Sees Risks To Benign Inflation.

Keep reading...Show less