Bank Indonesia today raised interest rates for a fifth consecutive meeting, but slowed the pace of tightening with a 25bp hike (to 5.50%). With inflation still well above target, the central bank has more work to do. But provided the currency continues to hold up against the US dollar, the pace of tightening is likely to be gradual.
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