Top! RI’s Foreign Debt Drops Drastically, Has Jokowi Paid It?

Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – Bank Indonesia (BI) reported that Indonesia’s external debt was at US$ 409.5 billion in April 2022. Assuming US$ 1 is equivalent to Rp. 14,729, the external debt value is Rp. 6,031.52 trillion. Meanwhile, this figure decreased compared to the previous month’s external debt of US$ 412.1 billion (Rp 6,069.82 trillion). On … Read more

Minister of Finance Sri Mulyani: Our Debt Slumped Very Sharply

Tuesday, March 29, 2022 – 06:55 WIB Minister of Finance (Menkeu) Sri Mulyani Indrawati said that the state budget financing through debt fell 66.1 percent during January-February 2021. Photo: Ricardo/, JAKARTA – Minister of Finance (Menkeu) Sri Mulyani Indrawati said that the financing of the state budget through debt fell 66.1 percent during January-February … Read more

Negative Sentiment Surrounds, Can JCI Survive?

Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – The Composite Stock Price Index (JCI) fell again on the second trading day this week. Meanwhile, the rupiah slumped against the dollar and other Asian currencies. JCI closed significantly lower with a correction of 1.31% at the level of 6,586.17 on Tuesday (25/1/2022). JCI had a severe correction to its lowest … Read more

There is an First SUN Auction in 2022 today, the target is IDR 25 T

Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – The government through the Directorate General of Financing and Risk Management (DJPPR) of the Ministry of Finance will conduct another auction of Government Securities (SUN) in rupiah currency to fulfill part of the financing target in the 2022 State Budget. The inaugural auction in 2022 which will be held on Tuesday … Read more

Stafsus Sri Mulyani: State Assets Reach Rp 11,000 T, Twice Government Debt

TEMPO.CO, Denpasar – Special staff of the Minister of Finance Sri Mulyani Indrawati, Yustinus Prastowo, asked the public not to just look at the big picture debt government, but also look at its productivity. He claimed the debts drawn by the government had made the economy bigger. He said the government’s assets were already above … Read more

Open Your Eyes, Plug Your Ears, Today’s Fed Elites Open Your Voice

Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – Domestic financial markets were mixed last week, with the main issue being the announcement of the monetary policy of the United States (US) central bank, also known as the Federal Reserve (The Fed). In addition, there is also the case of the Chinese property giant, the Evergrande Group. At the beginning … Read more