Indonesia Stock Exchange

The Indonesia Stock Exchange (BEI) is the sole stock exchange index of Indonesia, based in Jakarta. It facilitates trading of equities, fixed incomes, derivative instruments, mutual funds, bonds, as well as Syariah-based shares and bonds. For data vendors/companies BEI provides real time trading data in data-feed format. The BEI was formerly known as the Jakarta Stock Exchange until it merged with the Surabaya Stock Exchange in December 2007.

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Central Bank of Indonesia

Indonesia's Central Bank (Bank Indonesia) has one single overarching objective: establishing and maintaining rupiah stability. This objective incorporates two key aspects: a stable rupiah for goods and services, reflected by a controlled inflation rate and - secondly - exchange rate stability against foreign currencies, which is reflected through good rupiah performance against those currencies. Its website contains ample information about their monetary policies.

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Indonesian Chamber of Commerce & Industry

The Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Kadin) is an umbrella organization of the Indonesian business chambers and associations. It fosters and develops the skills, activities and interests of Indonesia in the areas of state-owned companies (BUMN), cooperatives, and private businesses. Kadin is privately financed, hence an independent agency that aims to realize economic development and to provide a healthy and orderly national business climate.

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