Addiction to the US Dollar
Politicians and central bankers in various countries are making increasingly strong efforts to dismantle the unfair dominance of the US dollar.
Market Pulse Edisi : Monday, 5 June 2023
Rupiah’s Next Challenge after Global Disaster Prevented
After successfully navigating through the turbulence of the global market, the rupiah is now facing a local test: the weakening trend of the Indonesian economy.
Market Pulse Edisi : Monday, 29 May 2023
When Wall Street Bosses Squeeze Politicians
The political battle over the debt ceiling in the United States could shake the global financial market, given the still dominant role of the US dollar in trade transactions and international debt.
Market Pulse Edisi : Monday, 22 May 2023
Don’t Expect BI Rate Cut Just Yet
The hopes of investors and politicians for a boost from lower Bank Indonesia rates seem far from being fulfilled.
Market Pulse Edisi : Monday, 15 May 2023
Indonesia’s Economy and Politics: A Growing Divide
It is important to acknowledge that unforeseen events could occur unexpectedly and have significant impacts on the Indonesian economic landscape.
Market Pulse Edisi : Monday, 8 May 2023
IMF Projects a Sunny Economic Growth for Indonesia
While economic growth in other developing countries is predicted to be lower, the IMF revises its forecast for Indonesia upward, from 4.8 percent to 5 percent.
Market Pulse Edisi : Monday, 24 April 2023
Why Foreign Exchange is Behind When Indonesia's Economy is Strong
Investing in Indonesian financial markets is not only considered being a more secure alternative, but it also has the potential to yield higher returns.
Market Pulse Edisi : Monday, 17 April 2023
Nickel's Glorious Future
The nickel boom may still continue for several years. However, if no anticipatory moves are made, various challenges can end the glory days of nickel sooner than expected.
Market Pulse Edisi : Monday, 10 April 2023
Fear Factor Benefit
The authorities in various countries have successfully calmed the financial market for now, but no one dares to guarantee that the worst situation has truly passed.
Market Pulse Edisi : Monday, 3 April 2023
The Riddle of the Minsky Moment
One of the United States’ largest investment banks, JP Morgan, warns its clients that the possibility of a Minsky Moment has increased.
Market Pulse Edisi : Monday, 27 March 2023
Stop the Panic before It Goes Systemic
Investors around the world should pay close attention to the brewing banking crisis in the United States these days.
Market Pulse Edisi : Monday, 20 March 2023
Debt Problems Early Warning
It has been proven that tasking state-owned companies to work on infrastructure projects without proper business and financial consideration will always create serious problems.
Market Pulse Edisi : Monday, 13 March 2023
Investors need to anticipate pressures from the financial market and the real sector.
Market Pulse Edisi : Monday, 6 March 2023
The Emerging Boon of the Capital Influx
The trend of Indonesia’s trade surplus can persist despite the slowdown of the US and European economies.
Market Pulse Edisi : Monday, 27 February 2023
The Anchor that Might Be Lost
If Sri Mulyani really becomes a serious candidate for Bank Indonesia governor, the financial market will see a negative signal. The brakes that safeguard prudent financial policy might very well come loose.
Market Pulse Edisi : Monday, 13 February 2023
Becoming a Fan of Bans
To achieve downstreaming, the government has another policy option. Instead of imposing export bans, the government could implement a tax on raw mineral exports.
Market Pulse Edisi : Monday, 6 February 2023
The Ironic Boon of Global Warming
Market Pulse Edisi : Monday, 23 January 2023
Good News from America and China
The increased demand of various industries in China will maintain the price, giving extra profits to Indonesia’s exporters and government. Now, it is only a matter of how economic authorities in Indonesia utilize this opportunity optimally.
Market Pulse Edisi : Monday, 16 January 2023
The Year of Enduring Volatility
After the holiday season is over, inflation usually goes down. However, this year, the situation might be different. There are several factors that can change the inflation pattern in the coming months.
Market Pulse Edisi : Monday, 9 January 2023
The Export Earnings that Refused to Stay
The rupiah exchange rate is in danger of continuing to weaken because export dollars are parked abroad. Bank Indonesia issued a monetary operation instrument to strengthen the rupiah.