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21st Dec 2023 21:08Emerging Asia, Daily Monitor

  • Bank Indonesia’s rebranded benchmark rate—the BI rate —was held at 6.00%, as universally expected.
  • BI understandably urged caution on food inflation, but base effects here will soon give a helping hand.
  • With the core still subdued, the headline should fall below BI’s new target in Q2, paving the way for cuts.

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