Bank Indonesia (BI) today left interest rates unchanged (at 5.75%), and signalled that with inflation falling back more quickly than expected, rates would be left on hold over the coming months. In the event that the rupiah comes under sustained downward pressure, the central bank is more likely to respond by stepping up its intervention in FX markets than by raising interest rates.
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