Investor on the Sideline; Bank Indonesia Hold Rate Unchanged

By administrator | January 23, 2017 | BI 7-Days Reverse Repo.

Investors were on the sideline over the last week as reflected by thin market movement with an average yield pick by only 6bps WoW. The 10y FR0059 settled briefly higher to 7.54% (+9bps WoW) while the 5y stood at 7.13% (-5Bps WoW). Yield curve steepened this week, reflecting market expectation that inflation might pick up this year amidst higher administrated prices. BI hold its 7-day repo rate at 4.75% at yesterday policy meeting, while the deposit and lending rates also were maintained at 4.00% and 5.50% respectively. The BI cited that it remains mindful of the following risks; i) policy directions taken in the US and China, ii) potentially higher global oil price iii) rising domestic inflationary pressure amidst the impact of administered prices adjustment.

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