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Jakarta (Indonesia Window) – The foreign capital outflows from Indonesia’s domestic financial market were recorded at 3.23 trillion rupiahs (some 225.1 million U.S. dollars) during December 6-9, according to the central bank, Bank Indonesia (BI).

Meanwhile, foreign capital outflows through the government securities market amounted to 8.08 trillion rupiahs (about 563.1 million dollars), BI’s Chief Executive Director for Communications Erwin Haryono said in an official statement here on Friday (Dec. 10).

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He added that the foreign capital inflows into the stock market were booked at 4.85 trillion rupiahs (some 338.4 million dollars), so that on a net foreign capital outflows were recorded at 3.23 trillion rupiahs (some 225.1 dollars).

Overall, the foreign capital outflows from Indonesia’s financial markets from January to December 9, 2021 in a net amount were recorded at 45.91 trillion rupiahs (about 3.1 billion dollars).

The central bank also noted that Indonesia’s five-year investment risk premium or credit default swap (CDS) was relatively stable at the level of 78.39 basis points (bps) as of December 9, from 86.64 bps as of December 3.

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The 10-year Indonesian government securities yield was stable at the level of 6.28 percent, while the 10-year United States bond yield was at 1.499 percent.

Reporting by Indonesia Window

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