Daily Debt Watch Wednesday, December 23, 2015

8:54 AM | December 23, 2015 Obligasi No Comments

Danareksa government bonds yield index was up 1.31bps from 8.815% to 8.828%

Indonesia’s rupiah rose for a fourth day in the longest stretch of gains in more than two months after the government took measures to support growth in Southeast Asia’s biggest economy. The rupiah strengthened 0.8% to close at 13,675 a dollar in Jakarta. It rose as much as 1.6% to 13,565.

Foreign inflows to Indonesian government bonds have driven the currency’s gains, Nanang Hendarsah, a director at the central bank, said by text message on Tuesday. Inflation is set to ease to 2.8% in December from 4.89% in November, he said. (Bloomberg)

Government bonds volume was IDR22.31 trillion, and it was dominated by medium term (5-15 years). It was lower than the previous day transaction of IDR37.19 trillion but it was higher than its YTD average of IDR12.66 trillion.

Corporate bonds volume was IDR1076.82 billion, mostly short term (< 5 years). It was lower than the previous day transaction of IDR2121.05 billion but it was higher than its YTD average of IDR639.60 billion.

IDR strengthened 0.99% against USD from 13,808 to 13,671 whilst JCI was up 0.60% from 4,491 to 4,518.

FR0056 yield advanced by 0.80bps from 8.657% to 8.665% while RI240115 yield dropped by -0.5bps from 4.848% to 4.843%.

Brent climbed up from 34.78 to 34.85 USD per barrel meanwhile WTI Cushing Crude Oil Spot price climbed up from 34.74 to 35.19 USD per barrel.

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