Country / Indonesia


Group Research / April 01, 2019

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GDP growth, % YoY5.
CPI inflation, % YoY3.
Exchange rates, end of period14,24314,30014,50014,40014,300
Policy interest rates, end of period6.
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Our top pick is SCMA.IndonesiaMedia/iwov-resources/aics/images/AICS/AIO/en/032019/190311_insights_thumb_indonesian_media.jpg/aics/templatedata/article/generic/data/en/GR/032019/190311_insights_indonesian_media.xmlIndonesian Media: February 2019 audience shareMarch 11, 2019TOWR is our top pick as it offers 50% upside potential and 5.5% yield.IndonesiaTelecom/iwov-resources/aics/images/AICS/AIO/en/112018/181123_insights_thumb_opportunity_to_buy_business_near_the_replacement_cost.jpg/aics/templatedata/article/generic/data/en/GR/112018/181123_insights_opportunity_to_buy_business_near_the_replacement_cost.xmlID Tower: Opportunity to buy business near the replacement costNovember 23, 2018Indonesia Economics InsightsInsightsEconomicsView AllRead Morenotaligned18March trade balance recorded a surplus, marking two consecutive months of surplus.IndonesiaGDP/iwov-resources/aics/images/AICS/AIO/en/042019/190418_insights_thumb_pressure_eases_on_indonesias_trade_balance.jpg/aics/templatedata/article/generic/data/en/GR/042019/190418_insights_pressure_eases_on_Indonesias_trade_balance.xmlPressure eases on Indonesia’s trade balanceApril 18, 2019The Indonesian second presidential debate on energy, food, and infrastructure was held on 17 Feb 2019.IndonesiaGDP/iwov-resources/aics/images/AICS/AIO/en/022019/190220_insights_image_Indonesia_election_watch_food_energy_and_infrastrcture.jpg/aics/templatedata/article/generic/data/en/GR/022019/190220_insights_indonesia_election_watch_food_energy_and_infrastructure.xmlIndonesia election watch: energy, food, and infrastructureFebruary 20, 2019Bank Indonesia left 7DDR unchanged at 6% yesterday on the back of stable inflation expectation and stronger Rupiah.IndonesiaFX/iwov-resources/aics/images/AICS/AIO/en/012019/190118_insights_thumb_indonesia_likely_end_of_BI_tightening_cycle.jpg/aics/templatedata/article/generic/data/en/GR/012019/190118_insight_indonesia_likely_end_of_BI_tightening_cycle.xmlIndonesia: Likely end of BI tightening cycleJanuary 18, 2019Indonesia Economics DailyEconomicsView AllRead Morenotaligned45For second half of the year, household demand and government spending are likely to remain supportive, with a tighter policy regime to be a dampener at the margin.IndonesiaGDP/iwov-resources/aics/images/AICS/AIO/en/082018/180807_economics_thumb_indonesia_chart_book_consumption_trumps_weak_trade.jpg/aics/templatedata/article/generic/data/en/GR/082018/180807_economics_indonesia_chart_book_consumption_trumps_weak_trade.xmlIndonesia chart book – Consumption trumps weak tradeAugust 07, 2018Indonesia’s real GDP growth came in at 5.2% in 4Q17, just a tick above our expectation. Investment growth came in at a robust 7.3%, a positive sign for the outlook. We maintain our forecast at 5.3% and 5.4% for 2018 and 2019, respectively.IndonesiaGDP/iwov-resources/aics/images/AICS/AIO/en/022018/180205_economics_thumb_an_investment_led_gdp_growth.jpg/aics/templatedata/article/generic/data/en/GR/022018/180205_economics_an_investment_led_gdp_growth.xmlAn investment-led GDP growthFebruary 05, 2018The preliminary 2017 budget realisation numbers revealed an improvement in the government’s budget delivery. Looking ahead, stronger tax revenue growth remains key for the longer-term outlook.IndonesiaGDP/iwov-resources/aics/images/AICS/AIO/en/012018/180103_economics_thumb_indonesia_improved_budget_delivery.jpg/aics/templatedata/article/generic/data/en/GR/012018/180103_economics_indonesia_improved_budget_delivery.xmlIndonesia: Improved budget deliveryJanuary 03, 2018Indonesia EquitiesInsightsEquitiesView AllRead Morenotaligned7Jokowi expected to emerge victorious based on preliminary quick vote counts, and is set to serve as Indonesia’s President for a second term.IndonesiaEquities/iwov-resources/aics/images/AICS/AIO/en/042019/190418_insights_thumb_strategy_indonesia.jpg/aics/templatedata/article/generic/data/en/GR/042019/190418_insights_strategy_indonesia.xmlMarket Strategy: Re-rating on Jokowi’s winApril 18, 2019Market is likely to be Neutral to slightly positive on the fuel price hike. The key factor in our view is whether this action will help stabilise the Rupiah because without it, JCI will likely be rang...IndonesiaEquities/iwov-resources/aics/images/AICS/AIO/en/102018/181011_insights_thumb_much_needed_adjustments.jpg/aics/templatedata/article/generic/data/en/GR/102018/181011_insights_much_needed_adjustments.xmlID Market Strategy: Much needed adjustmentsOctober 11, 2018Stock picks: AKR Corporindo, Bank Central Asia, Indofood CBP, Indotambang Raya and Surya Citra Media.IndonesiaEquities/iwov-resources/aics/images/AICS/AIO/en/072018/180716_insights_thumb_choppy_waters_ahead.jpg/aics/templatedata/article/generic/data/en/GR/072018/180716_insights_choppy_waters_ahead.xmlIndonesia Market Strategy: Choppy waters aheadJuly 16, 2018Indonesia MarketsMarketsView AllRead Morenotaligned0

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