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TAKE A LOOK-Asia c.banks: Indonesia rates hold, sees more easing room ahead
December 17, 2015 / 12:25 PM / 2 years ago

TAKE A LOOK-Asia c.banks: Indonesia rates hold, sees more easing room ahead

Indonesia's central bank held its benchmark interest rate
unchanged on Thursday, as expected, but raised the possibility
of a cut in January after the country's markets took in their
stride the Federal Reserve's first rate hike in nearly a decade.
    Taiwan's central bank cut its policy rate for the second
time this year on Thursday to shore up growth in the island's
trade-dependent economy as the outlook for global demand
continued to weaken.
    The Philippine central bank left its monetary policy
settings unchanged for a 10th straight meeting on Thursday, as
economic growth picks up and inflation is set to remain low.
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> Indonesia hold rates, but sees wider easing room  
> Taiwan unexpectedly cuts interest rates again     
> Philippine leaves rates unchanged          
> Thailand leaves rates steady, sees higher growth  
> Bank of Korea holds rates, warns on debt          
> India holds rates, sees more 'accommodation' room 
> Australia RBA holds rates as exports lift economy 
> BOJ holds rates as Japan slips into recession     
> Indonesia holds rates, cuts a reserve requirement 
> Philippines hold rates, trims inflation forecasts 
> Bank of Korea holds rates, resists calls for cut  
> Malaysia hold rates, flags risks to growth        
> Australia RBA holds rates, puts easing on table   
> Thai holds fire on rates after stimulus    
  OCTOBER 2015
> China cuts rates again as growth engine stalls    
> Indonesia hold rates, sees reduced pressures      
> Bank of Korea stands pat, cautiously upbeat       
> Australia central bank holds rates steady      
> India cuts policy rate by 50 basis points      
> Philippines holds rates, inflation below goal  
> Taiwan cuts rates to stimulate demand   
> Indonesia hold rates, braces for Fed    
> Thailand holds rates, stimulus to help growth  
> BOJ stands pat, sees strain from emerging mkts 
> S.Korea holds rates as economy recovers        
> New Zealand cuts rates, flags more easing      
> Australia central bank keeps rates steady      
  AUGUST 2015
> Philippine keeps rates steady           
> South Korea keeps interest rates steady        
> Thailand holds key rate, see growth fcast cut  
> India holds rates, door open for more easing   
> Australia's central bank holds rates           
  JULY 2015
> Sri Lanka holds rates at record lows           
> NZ central bank cuts rates, sees more easing   
> BOJ cuts growth forecast, gov stays optimistic 
> S.Korea cuts growth prospects, hold rates      
> Australia RBA holds rates, angles for lower A$ 
> Indonesia holds rate again, inflation a risk   
  JUNE 2015
> China cenbank cuts again as economy cools      
> Taiwan holds rate despite export weakness      
> Philippines cenbank holds rates steady         
> Indonesia, lacking options, holds key rate     
> S.Korea cuts rates to help MERS-hit economy    
> New Zealand cuts rates for 1st time in 4 years 
> Thailand holds rate, forecasts economy gains   
> India cuts rates for third time this year      
> Australia's RBA holds rates, guarded on outlook 
  MAY 2015
> BOJ stands pat, a tad more upbeat on economy   
> Indonesia holds key rate despite growth slump  
> S.Korea holds rates, pares odds of more easing 
> Philippines holds rates, as widely expected    
> Malaysia holds rates, says policy accommodative 
> Australia's RBA cuts rates to record low       
  APRIL 2015
> Bangladesh April inflation quickens on food    
> BOJ pushes back inflation target timeframe     
> Thailand surprises by cutting rates again      
> China slashes bank reserve ratio amid slowdown 
> Indonesia holds rate, aims to safeguard rupiah 
> In surprise decision, Singapore holds policy   
> Bank of Korea holds rates, seen cutting soon   
> BOJ stands pat, dissenter proposes tapering    
> India keeps repo rate on hold at 7.50 pct      
> Australia RBA skips cut, still open to easing  
  MARCH 2015
> Philippines holds rates amid low inflation     
> Taiwan leaves rates unchanged for 15th quarter 
> Sri Lanka keeps rates steady on weak inflation 
> Indonesia holds benchmark rate, as expected    
> BOJ downplays deflation risk, keeps target     
> S.Korea joins global easing with surprise cut  
> Thailand cuts rate to lift weak confidence     
> Malaysia holds rates, keeps eye on inflation   
> India surprises with a post-budget rate cut    
> Australia's RBA holds rates, leaves door open  
  FEBRUARY 2015     
> China cuts rates in face of deflation risk     
> BOJ: No immediate need to ease policy again    
> S.Korea cbank holds rates, but cuts seen soon  
> Philippines keeps rates steady, as expected    
> China cuts bank reserve level to spur growth   
> India holds steady, pushes banks to cut rates  
> Australia's RBA cuts rates to record low       
  JANUARY 2015
> NZ cbank holds rates, leaves door open for cut 
> Malaysia's hold rates as growth steadies 
> Thailand holds rates, says economy improving   
> Singapore eases policy in unexpected move      
> BOJ keeps stimulus, cuts inflation forecast    
> Indonesia holds rates, see inflation cooling   
> India surprises with early rate cut            
> S.Korea holds rates, but cut seen soon         
> Thailand holds key rate, vote was 5-2          
> Philippines holds rates steady, inflation eases 
> Indonesia holds rates despite inflation spike  
> NZ cbank stands pat, signals modest rises later 
> Bank of Korea holds rates, cut seen early 2015 
> Australia's RBA keeps rates on hold            
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