BI Board of Governor Meeting

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inflasi umum
Headline inflation eased to 2.57% (y.o.y) in January 2024 approaching the new target mid-point of 2.5%. Diminishing impact of El-Nino weather phenomenon on food prices, distribution of social assistance to control food volatility, and lessen effect of year-end seasonal effect drove inflation down in the first month in 2024. Trade balance is still in positive...
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Stood at 2.61% (y.o.y) in December, Indonesia’s inflation rate throughout 2023 has shown a downward trend and been successfully kept within BI’s target range. The 2023 inflation realization is substantially below 2022 full-year  inflation figure that reached a staggering level of 5.51% (y.o.y) due to skyrocketed commodity and energy prices. Before 2022, full-year inflation always...
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El-Nino still plays a major part in pushing inflation upward. Headline annual inflation climbed up to 2.86% (y.o.y) in November 2023. Contrary to the previous months, source of pressure of food prices shifted in November from rice to other commodities, such as red chili pepper, cayenne pepper, and onion.  While GoI has done a rather...
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inflasi oktober
Disruption in rice production due to the El Nino phenomenon resulted in an increase in inflation in October 2023, albeit not significantly, with the overall inflation recorded at 2.56% (y.o.y), within the BI’s target range. The trade balance in October showed an increased surplus of USD 3.48 billion, supported by a moderate decline in both...
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Indonesia’s inflation figure fell below 3% in September due to the high-base effect from the same period last year. However, the inflation trends underscore the ongoing efforts to preserve price stability amid diverse challenges, most notably the El Nino weather phenomenon, which is expected topeak in September. Indonesia also maintained a higher trade surplus in...
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Indonesia’s inflation remained stable and aligned with the BI’s target range. August’s trends in core inflation, https://www.lpem.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/02/2023_04_11-LPEM-FEB-UI-0888_Small-rotated-1.jpgistered prices, and the volatile food group underscore the ongoing efforts to preserve price stability amid diverse challenges, most notably the El Nino phenomenon—which is expected to peak in August until September—as well as Russia’s suspension of Black Sea...
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Inflation slowed further after the normalization of global prices and the domestic price control program implementation. The economy also grew stronger than expected in the second quarter of this year, thanks to robust domestic demand. External pressures, on the other hand, have intensified as the Fed raised interest rate again at the July FOMC, resulting...
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