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  • Bond Market of Indonesia: Investors Hunt for Sukuk Again

    Bond Market of Indonesia: Investors Hunt for Sukuk Again

    The Finance Ministry of Indonesia collected IDR 5.17 trillion (approx. USD $359 million) worth of Islamic bonds (in Indonesian: Surat Berharga Syariah Negara, or SBSN) through an auction on Tuesday (07/08), well above the indicative target of IDR 4 trillion (approx. USD $278 million). Islamic bonds are also known as Sukuk.

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  • Indonesia's Foreign Exchange Reserves Rose in March 2016

    Indonesia's Foreign Exchange Reserves Rose in March 2016

    The central bank of Indonesia (Bank Indonesia) announced that the nation's foreign exchange reserves rose to a total of USD $107.5 billion at the end of March 2016, up USD $3 billion from Indonesia's forex assets one month earlier. Growing reserves came on the back of foreign exchange receipts, primarily through the the issuance of government global sukuk (Islamic bonds) and Bank Indonesia's US dollar-denominated bills. These forex receipts outweighed the government's foreign debt obligations.

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  • Indonesia to Sell Islamic Bonds (Sukuk) on Tuesday

    Indonesia's Finance Ministry will sell rupiah-denominated Islamic bonds (known as Sukuk) on Tuesday (26/01). The ministry set an indicative target of IDR 4 trillion (approx. USD $288 million). Proceeds from the bond sale will be used to finance the government's budget deficit. This deficit is estimated to reach 2.15 percent of gross domestic product (GDP) in the 2016 State Budget.

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  • Menggunakan Obligasi Syariah untuk Mendongkrak Pembangunan Infrastruktur di Indonesia

    Menggunakan Obligasi Syariah untuk Mendongkrak Pembangunan Infrastruktur di Indonesia

    Di tahun 2016, para investor akan dapat membeli obligasi syariah (dikenal sebagai sukuk) bernilai kira-kira Rp 13,7 triliun yang akan diterbitkan oleh Pemerintah Indonesia. Jumlah ini hampir dua kali lipat jumlah obligasi syariah yang akan direncanakan untuk diterbitkan Pemerintah di tahun ini (Rp 7,14 triliun). Indonesia akan menggunakan hasil dari penjualan obligasi tahun depan untuk mendongkrak pembangunan infrastruktur negara ini (contohnya jalan, pelabuhan, pembangkit listrik, rel kereta, jembatan dan universitas-universitas Islam).

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  • Indonesia to Offer US Dollar, Euro, Yen and Islamic Bonds in 2015

    The government of Indonesia announced that it plans to sell US dollar, euro and yen-denominated bonds as well as global sukuk (Islamic bonds) in 2015. Robert Pakpahan, Director General at the Debt Management Office within the Finance Ministry, said that the government targets to issue IDR 431 trillion (USD $35.2 billion) worth of bonds next year, of which USD $7-8 billion will be offered to global investors. Pakpahan added that the Indonesian government will not offer saving bonds next year.

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  • Bank Indonesia: Foreign Exchange Reserves Unchanged in September

    The official foreign exchange reserve assets of Indonesia’s central bank (Bank Indonesia) at end September 2014 were unchanged (from the preceding month) at USD $111.2 billion. Based on a Bank Indonesia statement, the reserves were under pressure due to an increase in foreign exchange demand (for government foreign debt payments and foreign exchange intervention in order to stabilize the Indonesian rupiah exchange rate), but supported by a global Islamic bonds issuance, oil & gas export revenue and growth of bank forex deposits.

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  • Financial Update Indonesia: Rupiah, Current Account and Bonds Issuance

    Indonesia's central bank (Bank Indonesia) said that it expects the Indonesian rupiah exchange rate to trade between IDR 11,600 and IDR 11,800 per US dollar throughout the fiscal year of 2014. Governor of Bank Indonesia Agus Martowardojo said that this assumption is based on pressures that originate from Indonesia's current account deficit. In 2013, the current account deficit hit USD $29.09 billion, or 3.33 percent of the country's gross domestic product (GDP). The current account balance has a major influence on the performance of a currency.

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Artikel Terbaru Islamic Bonds

  • New Sharia-Compliant Government Retail Bonds Sale in Indonesia

    New Sharia-Compliant Government Retail Bonds Sale in Indonesia

    The government of Indonesia plans to sell another series of sharia-compliant government retail bonds (in Indonesian: Sukuk Negara Ritel, abbreviated Sukri). The offering period is planned for 4 February - 2 March 2017. However, Suminto, Islamic Financing Director at the Budget Financing and Risk Management Office within Indonesia's Finance Ministry, did not inform about the indicative target for this issuance. He only informed local media that the target of the bond issuance will be in line with the government's financing needs and existing market conditions.

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  • Penjelasan Perbankan Syariah di Indonesia: Peraturan Baru & Kepemilikan Asing

    Islamic Banking in Indonesia Explained: New Rules & Foreign Ownership

    Pihak-pihak berwenang keuangan Indonesia sedang mempertimbangkan untuk mempermudah kepemilikan asing di bank syariah lokal serta mempromosikan instrumen-instrumen finansial (taat syariah) baru dalam rangka menciptakan industri keuangan syariah yang lebih menarik untuk investor asing dan masyarakat Indonesia. Meskipun memiliki populasi Muslim terbesar di dunia dan merupakan negara dengan ekonomi berkembang yang dinamis, Indonesia hanya memainkan peran kecil dalam industri perbankan syariah global. Sementara itu, secara domestik, perbankan syariah masih jauh di belakang perbankan konvensional.

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