The Indonesian Central Bank (Bank Indonesia/BI) reported on Wednesday (June 28) that Indonesia’s foreign financial liabilities (FFL) position at the end of Q1/2017 rose 4.3% (qtq) to US$643.9 billion. The increase was mainly driven by mounting portfolio investment inflows in rupiah-denominated instruments (SUN, SPN, and stocks) as well as the government’s global sukuk issued in March 2017.To subscribe please click here