Concerns about the US debt ceiling issue have a negative impact on stock indices around the world, including Indonesia's benchmark stock index (IHSG). Market players fear a possible deadlock during the state budget discussions, which - if not resolved - will have a serious negative impact on the economy. Factors that contributed to negative market sentiments were the continued depreciating value of rupiah and weak openings of European stock indices. The IHSG fell 2.43 percent to 4,316.18 on Monday (30/09).
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29 May 2020 (closed)
USD/IDR (14,502) -231.01 -1.57%
EUR/IDR (16,128) -204.62 -1.25%
Jakarta Composite Index (4,753.61) +37.43 +0.79%