• Asian Markets Rise as China and US Agree to Avert Trade War
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    Asian Markets Rise as China and US Agree to Avert Trade…

  • BI Increases Its Reference Rate to 4.5%
    5 days Ago

    BI Increases Its Reference Rate to 4.5%

  • Struggling Toshiba Returns to Black, Avoids Delisting
    1 week Ago

    Struggling Toshiba Returns to Black, Avoids Delisting

  • Foreign Exchange Reserves Down to $124.9 Billion in April: BI
    2 weeks Ago

    Foreign Exchange Reserves Down to $124.9 Billion in Apr…

  • Oil Prices Slip in Asia
    2 weeks Ago

    Oil Prices Slip in Asia

  • Tokyo Stocks Open Slightly Higher
    2 weeks Ago

    Tokyo Stocks Open Slightly Higher

Asian Markets Rise as China and US Agree to Avert Trade War
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Asian Markets Rise as China and US Agree to Avert Trade War

Asian markets rallied Monday and the dollar extended gains after the US and China said they had agreed to hold off imposing tariffs, averting a potentially damaging trade war.

BI Increases Its Reference Rate to 4.5%
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BI Increases Its Reference Rate to 4.5%

Bank Indonesia (BI) increased its 7-Day Reverse Repo Rate by 25 basis points to 4.5 percent during a Board of Governors' meeting on Thursday, May 17, 2018.

Struggling Toshiba Returns to Black, Avoids Delisting
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Struggling Toshiba Returns to Black, Avoids Delisting

Struggling Japanese conglomerate Toshiba said Tuesday it had bounced back into the black after a disastrous year and will avoid a humiliating delisting from the Tokyo stock exchang…

Foreign Exchange Reserves Down to $124.9 Billion in April: BI
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Foreign Exchange Reserves Down to $124.9 Billion in April: BI

Indonesia’s official reserve assets stood at $124.9 billion in the end of April 2018, lower than $126.0 billion recorded in the end of March 2018. 

Oil Prices Slip in Asia
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Oil Prices Slip in Asia

Oil prices slipped in Asia on Tuesday morning as investors cautiously await Donald Trump's Iran nuclear decision later in the day.

Tokyo Stocks Open Slightly Higher
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Tokyo Stocks Open Slightly Higher

Tokyo stocks opened slightly higher Monday after gains on Wall Street last week, as a mixed US jobs report was seen as reducing the odds of faster interest rate hikes.

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