The Indonesian rupiah exchange rate fell 0.13 percent against the US dollar as investors remained concerned about the country's trade deficit, high inflation and slowing economic growth. The statement of Janet Yellen (possibly the next Chair of the Federal Reserve), who said to support the continuation of the Fed's quantitative easing program for as long as needed, succeeded in limiting the decline of the rupiah on Friday (15/11). As a result of this statement global shares climbed on Thursday and Friday.

| Source: Bank Indonesia