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 Efek Kebijakan Ekonomi Gas & Rem, Menko Airlangga: Surplus Perdagangan RI Melonjak
18 Sep 2021 14:36 (13 jam lalu) - JAKARTA- Laporan perdagangan Indonesia menunjukkan ekspor dan impor telah membukukan kenaikan dua digit pada Agustus 2021. Hal ini karena aktivitas ekonomi yang mulai pulih dari tingkat perdagangan yang rendah pada tahun 2020. Namun, lonjakan ekspor mendorong surplus perdagangan ke rekor tertinggi sebesar 4,7 miliar dolar AS (Rp67triliun). Angka ini melonjak jauh melampaui ekspektasi pemerintah yang sebelumnya hanya mentargetkan surplus 2,31 miliar dolar AS (Rp32,9 triliun). Baca Juga: Menko Airlangga: Diversifikasi Batik Dorong Pemulihan Ekonomi Nasional Ekspor Indonesia naik 64,1%, dibandingkan dengan perkiraan 36,1%. Ekspor ini didorong ...
 Modal Asing Kabur Rp 3 T dalam Sepekan Imbas Kuatnya Isu Tapering Off - Makro Katadata.co.id
17 Sep 2021 17:33 (1 hari 10 jam lalu) - Aliran modal asing masuk ke pasar keuangan domestik semakin lesu dalam tiga pekan terakhir terimbas kian kuatnya sinyal tapering off The Federal Reserve seiring data perbaikan ekonomi AS. Bank Indonesia (BI) mencatat, dana asing kabur Rp 2,99 triliun dalam seminggu terakhir. Direktur Eksekutif Departemen Komunikasi BI Erwin Haryono mengatakan, investor asing masih mencatatkan beli bersih di pasar saham Rp 1,04 triliun, tetapi mencatakan jual bersih di pasar Surat Berharga Negara (SBN) mencapai Rp 4,03 triliun. "Berdasarkan data setelmen selama awal tahun 2021, terdapat nonresiden beli neto Rp 18,21 triliun," kata Erwin dalam keterangan tertu ...
 Take Five: Bring out the central bank heavies By Reuters
17 Sep 2021 15:04 (1 hari 12 jam lalu) - 1/CENTRALLY FOCUSED Several central banking big-hitters meet in coming days, with the U.S. Federal Reserve's Sept. 21-22 meeting topping the must-watch list. The timing of the Fed's U.S. tapering plans remains the key question and recent data suggests caution may be warranted: the U.S. economy created the fewest jobs in seven months in August and consumer prices increased at their slowest pace in six months. Several officials say the Fed's tapering of its pandemic stimulus will start this year, a view Fed chief Jerome Powell may echo, while stressing an interest rate rise is still way off. The Bank of Japan, which also meets on Tuesday an ...
 Philippine cbank tempers outlook, cuts 2021 c/a surplus forecast By Reuters
17 Sep 2021 14:52 (1 hari 12 jam lalu) - MANILA (Reuters) - The Philippine central bank on Friday revised its current account surplus projection for this year to $3.5 billion, or 0.9% of the gross domestic product, down substantially from a June forecast of $10 billion, or 2.5% of GDP. It now projects next year's current account to switch to a deficit of $1.4 billion, or 0.3% of GDP, instead of the previous forecast of a $6.7 billion surplus equivalent to 1.5% of GDP, figures presented at a media briefing showed. The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said the latest projections took into account "downside risks" that continue to build up, underpinned by the emergence of highly tra ...
 Indonesia central bank seen holding rates steady as economy gradually reopens: Reuters poll By Reuters
17 Sep 2021 14:21 (1 hari 13 jam lalu) - JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia's central bank is expected to keep its key interest rate steady next week as the economy gradually reopens after a recent devastating COVID-19 wave, while a record high trade surplus should provide underlying support to the local currency. All 25 analysts surveyed by Reuters expected Bank Indonesia (BI) to hold the benchmark 7-day reverse repurchase rate at 3.50% on Tuesday after a two-day policy meeting. BI has kept rates at record lows since February as it tries to support the coronavirus-hit economy without adding pressure on the rupiah, which has fallen about 1.5% this year amid talk of U.S. tapering. Data ...
 Contribution of agro industry sector exceeds 50% in the second quarter | IDNFinancials
17 Sep 2021 11:09 (1 hari 16 jam lalu) - JAKARTA - The agro-industrial sector continues to make a significant contribution to the growth of the non-oil and gas processing industry and the national economy. In the second quarter of 2021, the sector contributed 8.77% of the national GDP, or 50.59% of the GDP growth of the non-oil and gas processing industry. "38.42 percent of the GDP growth of the non-oil and gas processing industry was contributed by the food and beverage industry sub-sector," said Plt. Director General of Agro Industry, Ministry of Industry, Putu Juli Ardika in Jakarta, Friday (17/9). The next contribution from the tobacco processing industry is 4.35%, then the pa ...
 Data Ekonomi AS Membaik, Rupiah Melemah Rp 14.268 per US$ - Makro Katadata.co.id
17 Sep 2021 09:48 (1 hari 17 jam lalu) - Nilai tukar rupiah dibuka melemah 0,1% ke level Rp 14.268 per dolar Amerika Serikat (AS) pada perdagangan pasar spot hari ini. Pelemahan terjadi di tengah membaiknya data ekonomi AS periode Agustus. Dikutip dari Bloomberg, kurs garuda berbalik menguat tipis ke level Rp 14.265 per dolar AS pada Pukul 09.20 WIB. Namun belum menyentuh level penutupan kemarin Rp 14.253 per dolar AS. Mata uang Asia lain kompak memerah. Yen Jepang melemah Rp 0,15%, dolar Singapura 0,07%, dolar Taiwan 0,03%, won Korea Selatan 0,57%, peso Filipina 0,05%, rupee India 0,03%, yuang Tiongkok 0,02%, ringgit Malaysia 0,39% dan bath Thailand 0,15%. Sedangkan dolar Hong Ko ...
 Delta darkens U.S. third-quarter growth views, Fed taper announcement expected in Nov: Reuters poll By Reuters
17 Sep 2021 07:19 (1 hari 20 jam lalu) - By Shrutee Sarkar and Indradip Ghosh BENGALURU (Reuters) - The U.S. economic rebound has been dented in Q3, partly on the spread of the Delta coronavirus variant, with economists in a Reuters poll also pushing their expectations back to November for when the Federal Reserve announces an impending policy shift. Like in most countries, the U.S. economy is facing global supply chain disruptions due to the pandemic, which have also pushed up inflation. But economic disruption in many parts of the country has been sharp as the Delta variant spreads, especially among people who are hesitant to take vaccines. The shift in expectations over the pa ...
 'Broken Hearts' Again in Gold as U.S. Retail Sales Trigger Metal’s New Crash By Investing.com
16 Sep 2021 21:54 (2 hari 5 jam lalu) - By Barani Krishnan Investing.com- It can’t prosper much on soft inflation; neither can it survive an economy rebounding on strong retail sales. Gold crashed to a five-week low beneath $1,750 an ounce on Thursday after U.S. retail sales jumped more than 15% in the year to August, putting the economy in ebullient light after weeks of challenging data from Covid’s Delta variant. Gold futures’ most active contract December on New York’s Comex down $43.75, or 2.4%, at $1,751.05 by 10:25 AM (14:25 GMT). The session bottom was $1,745.50, the lowest since Aug. 12. “Broken hearts for gold bulls once again,” markets’ commentator Adam Button said in ...
 Column: Delicate Fed-Treasury dance keeps bonds in check By Reuters
16 Sep 2021 21:35 (2 hari 6 jam lalu) - By Jamie McGeever ORLANDO, Fla. (Reuters) - Delta variants, spending splurges, inflation scares and debt ceilings all threaten to bamboozle U.S. bonds, and yet it's the delicate and often misread dance between the Fed and Treasury that's likely keeping everything in check. On one side the Federal Reserve will likely start reducing its $80 billion-a-month Treasury purchases by year-end - a moment many investors had feared would undermine the market and send yields surging. But the U.S. Treasury will be borrowing less over the year ahead too, with a rapidly shrinking budget deficit and funding needs compared to the blowouts of 2020. All els ...
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