The Indonesia’s foreign investment in the second quarter of 2022 grew higher than its domestic investment with 10.83% growth (q-t-q) and reached 11,370 million USD. Read more to find out Indonesia’s Foreign Direct Investment growth in the second quarter this year!
The Indonesia’s headline inflation rate in August 2022 broke the upward trend persisted since February 2022 with 4.69 percent (y-o-y). Volatile inflation components remained as the component with the highest growth for 8.93 percent (y-o-y). Discover more of what drove the August 2022 inflation on the expenditure side by reading our post!
Ranked 5th among 6 Asean countries, Indonesia’s inflation in January 2022 only increased for 1.87% (y-o-y). Food, beverages, and tobacco stood still with the highest inflation among the expenditure group with 3.45%. Get to know more Indonesia’s inflation in January 2022!
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Indonesia’s export on November increased 3.69% (m-t-m) to US$ 22.84 billion while its import increased 18.62% (m-t-m) to US$ 19.32 billion. For both export and import value also showed a three consecutive months increase since September 2021 compared to the previous month. Get to know the latest detailed goods and province which contributed the most for November’s trade balance growth, read more to find out!
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Get to know the latest data on Indonesia’s export and import performances. As always, stay home stay safe!
The second part of the Shadow Banking Education Series taught us how shadow banking works partially or fully outside the regular banking system and have limited access to the central bank’s discount window and public insurance. The shadow banking system also works differently from regular bank with more complicated steps and each specific technique, order, and shadow bank.
Moving to a tougher question, how does shadow banking affects the economy? Find out the answer on Shadow Banking Education Series Part 3!
From what we’ve learned from the first part, shadow banking appears as they wish to hinder from risk-weighted capital adequacy requirement from the central bank. Then, what exactly is shadow banking? How is it differs from bank? And how does shadow banking system work? Read more our Shadow Banking Education Series Part 2 to find out the answers!
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As we all know, traditional banks are subject to its maturity transformation function—as banks borrow short-term funds to longer term loans, and qualitative asset transformation function—as banks store a small fraction of their deposits in liquid assets and lend out the rest for loans (illiquid assets). However, another institution which works nearly like traditional banks shows up! How do they develop? Read more to find out!
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