Indonesian Bond Yield Drops to Five-Month Low as Rate Cut SeenBy
There's room for more easing, central bank governor says
Two-year yield has fallen 51 basis points so far this month
Indonesian two-year bonds rose, pushing the yield to a five-month low, after the central bank said it might loosen monetary policy further.
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