Indonesia’ foreign exchange (forex) reserves amounted to US$126.7 billion at the end of October 2019. The reserves rose 1.93% from US$124.3 billion by end of September 2019. The rising of forex reserves in October was influenced by the issuance of global government bonds, oil and gas foreign exchange receipts, and other foreign exchange receipts. The reserves are equivalent to financing 7.4 months of imports or 7.1 months of imports and payments of government foreign debt, and are above the international adequacy standard of about 3 months of imports.