Indonesia’s Forex Reserves Rise to $114.3 Billion at End-January
Jakarta. Indonesia’s foreign exchange reserves rose to $114.25 billion at the end of January, mainly supported by government issuance of global bonds, the central bank said on Friday.
Indonesia’s foreign exchange reserves stood at $111.86 billion at the end of December last year.
The country sold $4 billion bonds early last month with yields of 10-year notes at 4.200 percent and 30-year notes at 5.200 percent.
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