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Indonesia

Market Watch
Close of
September 12, 2019
Change From
Govt. Bond Yields Latest Yield Previous Day Previous Week YTD
2 Year 6.418 0.7 9.1 87.0
5 Year 6.692 2.3 8.2 121.5
10 Year 7.256 2.5 8.3 76.9

* Government bond yield changes are expressed in basis points.

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Currencies Latest Rate Previous Day Previous Week YTD
IDR per USD 13,994.000 ▲ 0.5 ▲ 1.1 ▲ 2.8
IDR per JPY 129.454 ▲ 0.7 ▲ 2.2 ▲ 1.3

* Exchange rate changes are expressed as a percentage change.

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Interest Rates Latest Rate Previous Day Previous Week YTD
1D INDONIA 5.360 ▲ 1.5 ▲ 5.9 46.9
3M JIBOR 6.116 ▲ 0.5 0.7 158.6

* Interest rate changes are expressed in basis point change.

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Policy Rates
Change From
Policy Rates Latest Rate
(22-Aug-2019)
Previous Rate
(18-Jul-2019)
YTD
Rate
Bank Indonesia 7-day
Reverse Repo Rate
5.500 25.0 50.0

* Policy rate changes are expressed in basis point change.

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Sovereign Ratings
Agency Rating Outlook Date
Regional Rating Institutions
R&I BBB stable 2018-03-07
RAM BBB2 stable 2018-06-01
Non-Regional Rating Institutions
Fitch BBB stable 2019-03-14
S&P BBB stable 2019-05-31

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  • Size of LCY Bond Market
  • Size of LCY Bond Market in % of GDP
  • Monthly Bonds Outstanding in USD
  • FCY Bonds Outstanding
  • Breakdown of LCY Bond Market Issuance
  • G3 Currency Bond Issuance
  • Government Securities Maturity Profile - LCY
  • Corporate Securities Maturity Profile - LCY
  • Investor Profile - Government Bonds
  • Foreign Holdings in LCY Government Bonds
  • Trading Volume
  • Bonds Turnover Ratio
  • Interest Rate Spread - 2yrs vs 10yrs - LCY Bond
  • Yield Volatility - 10yr LCY Bonds
  • iBoxx ABF Index Family
  • Bid-Ask Spreads (Survey data)
  • Government Bond Market Structural Issues
  • Corporate Bond Market Structural Issues

ASEAN+3 Bond Market Guide

ASEAN+3 Bond Market Guide 2017: Indonesia


ASEAN+3 Bond Market Guide is a comprehensive explanation of the regionís bond markets. It provides information such as the history, legal and regulatory framework, specific characteristics of the market, trading and transaction (including settlement systems), and other relevant information. The Bond Market Guide 2017 for Indonesia is an outcome of the support and contributions of ASEAN+3 Bond Market Forum members and experts, particularly from Indonesia.

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Market Summary



Yield Movements

Between 1 March and 8 May, local currency (LCY) government bond yields in Indonesia edged higher for nearly all maturities. The overall trend of rising yields in Indonesia stemmed from the resurgence of uncertainties in global financial markets as well as concerns over trade tensions between the People's Republic of China and the United States. In addition, concerns over the current account deficit weighed on investor sentiment.

Size and Composition

Indonesia's LCY bonds outstanding expanded to reach IDR3,083.7 trillion (USD216.5 billion) at the end of March, with growth accelerating to 8.7% quarter-on-quarter in the first quarter (Q1) 2019 from 2.7% q-o-q in the fourth quarter (Q4) of 2018. Annual growth in bonds outstanding also quickened to 18.7% year-on-year (y-o-y) from 13.7% y-o-y during the same period. All bond segments posted positive growth during the review period, with much of the growth driven by government bonds. Total outstanding LCY government bonds stood at IDR2,659.7 trillion at the end of March on growth of 9.6% q-o-q and 21.0% y-o-y. The total LCY corporate bond stock reached IDR424.1 trillion at the end of March, with growth expanding 3.0% q-o-q and 5.9% y-o-y. Good market conditions allowed corporates to tap the bond market for their funding needs in Q1 2019. A smaller volume of maturities was also observed than in the preceding quarter, resulting in an overall increase in the corporate bond stock.

Policy, Institutional and Regulatory Developments

In October, Bank Indonesia allowed hedging transactions involving the euro. The minimum transaction size for euro swaps is EUR1 million with terms of 3 months and 6 months. Earlier in July, the central bank allowed hedging transactions for Japanese yen swaps. These measures are expected to reduce dependence on the US dollar for trade and investment activities.

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