Indonesia Central Bank Pauses After Four Interest-Rate CutsBy and
Bank has room to ease further as inflation set to slow
Limited improvement seen in second-quarter economic growth
Indonesia’s central bank left its benchmark interest rate on hold after four reductions this year, while signaling there’s room for more easing to bolster growth in Southeast Asia’s biggest economy.
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