Both trade volume and value of transactions fell, with foreigners being net sellers and domestic investors net buyers of Indonesian assets.

The Indonesian rupiah gained slightly as the Japanese yen and Australian dollar strengthened. The yen strengthened because prime minister Shinzo Abe's Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) and its coalition partner New Komeito secured a majority in the upper house of parliament after Sunday's election.

| Source: Bank Indonesia

Asian Stock indices were mixed but with an upward trend after investors saw that the election result of Shinzo Abe provides room for the continuation of reformation and deregulation of Japan's economy. Indices in China also gained. This was due to the central bank's decision to end a floor on borrowing costs, which was previously set at 30 percent below the benchmark.