Sabtu 06 Jan 2024 23:44 WIB

BI: Foreign Capital Inbound to Indonesia Recorded at Rp 8.61 Trillion

The largest net inflow of foreign capital in the State Securities market is Rp 5.07 T.

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REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, JAKARTA -- Bank Indonesia (BI) reported net inflow of foreign capital in domestic financial market amounted to IDR 8.61 trillion during the period 2-4 January 2024.

Executive Director of BI Communications Department Erwin Haryono in Jakarta, Saturday (6/1/2024), said the value consists of the net inflow of foreign capital in the State Securities (SBN) market of Rp 5.07 trillion, in the stock market of Rp 1.47 trillion, and in Bank Indonesia Rupiah Securities (SRBI) of Rp 2.08 trillion.

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Based on transaction data from the beginning of 2024 to January 4, 2024, the total foreign capital inflow in the SBN market reached Rp 1.79 trillion, in the stock market Rp 2.40 trillion, and in SRBI Rp 2.73 trillion.

Furthermore, Indonesia's five-year investment risk premium or credit default swaps (CDS) premium as of January 4, 2024 amounted to 75.01 basis points (bps), an increase compared to 68.45 bps as of December 29, 2023.

The rupiah in early trading on Friday (5/1/2024) opened at IDR 15,490 per US dollar, lower compared to IDR 15,485 per US dollar at the close of trading on Thursday (4/1/2024). Meanwhile, the US dollar index rose to 102.42 in late trading on Thursday (4/1/2024).

Meanwhile, Erwin continued, Indonesia's 10-year SBN yield rose to 6.66 percent. Likewise, the yield on the 10-year U.S. Treasury Note, which rose to 3.999 percent.

"BI continues to strengthen coordination with governments and relevant authorities and optimize policy mix strategies to maintain macroeconomic stability and the financial system in order to support further economic recovery," he concluded.

sumber : ANTARA
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