Investors Still Watching Domestic Economic Data. The Central Statistics Agency (BPS) released the inflation rate for January 2022 at the level of 0.56%; so that annual inflation is in the position of 2.18%. Meanwhile, Markit also recorded Indonesia’s Manufacturing PMI at 53.7; or slightly up from 53.5 in the previous month. The daily Covid-19 cases also continued to show an upward trend until they reached 27,197 on February 3, 2022, with the PCR positivity rate reaching more than 30 percent. Over the weekend, the yield on the benchmark 10-year series of Government Bonds (SUN) rose more than 2 bps to 6.44%.

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