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  • Indonesian Infrastructure: Coming from behind

    As of 27 August, the Public Works Ministry had disbursed only 28% of its 2015 budget of IDR118.5tn, lower than the 44% level for the same period in 2014, which can largely be attributed to late budget discussions and ...

  • Indonesian economy: Tough times ahead

    Private consumption growth of below 5% y-y in 2Q15 and declining imports in July (-28% y-y) affirm our view of continued weak domestic demand and investment. That said, the tight monetary policy of the past two years ...

  • 2Q15 Balance of payment: In deficit

    Better than our (USD5.6bn) and consensus estimates (USD5.4bn), the current account deficit (CAD) improved to USD4.5bn (2.1% of GDP). Services balance improved 6.6% y-y supported by transportation which jumped 20.1% ...

  • Equity market: Scarcity of growth

    Given the current weak operating environment for most corporates, the equity market is experiencing scarcity of growth.nbsp; With that said, equity investors will be focusing on earnings growth to determine their ...

  • June trade update: Improved performance

    June's higher oil and gas exports received support from crude oil export volumes, which rose 10% m-m, with processed oil up 12.8% and gas up 7.1%. This is despite Indonesiarsquo;s June crude oil price having decreased ...

  • Indonesian Metal Mining: Polishing required

    The World Bankrsquo;s metals price index for March 2015 was 43% below the February 2011 high as all metals tipped into a surplus over this 4-year period in line with weak imports from China, which accounts for half of ...

  • June CPI: Reflection of demand slowdown

    Indonesiarsquo;s inflation of 0.54% was subdued, lower than our and market consensusrsquo; expectations, reflecting weak demand on the ground. Staple foods CPI remained as the highest contributor at 1.60% m-m while ...

  • Lower index target & weak 2Q15 results preview

    After the dust has settled post the lower-than-expected 1Q15 results, we have cut our overall 2015F market EPS growth from 11.6% at the beginning of the year to just 6% at present, reflecting the current weak domestic ...

  • May trade figures: Unexciting surplus

    Worse than market estimates, May exports declined 15.24% y-y and 4.11% m-m to USD12.6bn. This followed a decline of 8.32% y-y for April, mainly due to continued weak global demand and lower oil prices, which resulted ...

  • Banks: Pressured by tax rulings

    Banks are currently under pressure, not only from deceleration in loan growth and worsening assets quality, but also from two issues stemming from corporate tax rates: (1) the on-going tax dispute on loan write offs and ...

 

  • May trade figures: Unexciting surplus

    Worse than market estimates, May exports declined 15.24% y-y and 4.11% m-m to USD12.6bn. This followed a decline of 8.32% y-y for April, mainly due to continued weak global demand ...

    Banks: Pressured by tax rulings

    Banks are currently under pressure, not only from deceleration in loan growth and worsening assets quality, but also from two issues stemming from corporate tax rates: (1) the on-going ...

    GNTU Raih Sertifikasi Platinum

    Singapura (14 Mei 2015) - Fakky Ismail Hidayat Direktur Utama PT Graha Niaga Tatautama (anak perusahaan PT Bahana Pembinaan Usaha Indonesia (Persero)) menerima pemberian plakat dan ...

  • GNTU Raih Sertifikasi Platinum

    Singapura (14 Mei 2015) - Fakky Ismail Hidayat Direktur Utama PT Graha Niaga Tatautama (anak perusahaan PT Bahana Pembinaan Usaha Indonesia (Persero)) menerima pemberian plakat dan ...

    BAV Berkomitmen Bantu Pengembangan UMKM Bali

    Denpasar ndash; PT Bahana Artha Ventura (BAV), anak perusahaan PT Bahana Pembinaan Usaha Indonesia (Persero) yang juga memiliki jaringan perusahaan modal ventura terbesar di 26 ...

    May CPI: Closing the window for lower rates

    Higher-than-expected Mayrsquo;s Consumer Price Index (CPI) of 0.50% m-m (April: 0.36%) on higher staple foods prices in the lead up to the fasting month, increasing volatile prices ...

  • May CPI: Closing the window for lower rates

    Higher-than-expected Mayrsquo;s Consumer Price Index (CPI) of 0.50% m-m (April: 0.36%) on higher staple foods prices in the lead up to the fasting month, increasing volatile prices ...

    Indonesian Plantations Update: Gradual price recovery

    Predictive Ocean Atmosphere Model for Australia (POAMA) projects a high El Nino probability (exhibit 1) with SST anomaly level above 1, threatening South East Asia, which would ...

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