Rupiah Closes 22 Points Lower as Investors Wait for Fed's Meeting Results
Discourse on The Fed's Monetary Tightening May Weaken Rupiah
Gold Price Dips for Second Day in a Row
McDonald's Reports Customer Data Hack in Taiwan and South Korea
Indonesian Canned Tuna Export to Spain Has Potential to Rise Again
Investors are waiting for the Fed's policy decision for further guidance on inflation and the central bank's monetary policy in the future.
The rupiah may still be overshadowed by market concerns about the discourse on changes in The Fed's monetary policy and concerns on COVID-19 cases in Indonesia.
The markets will also scrutinize the Federal Reserve's evolving view on unemployment, inflation and economic growth, as well as the possible date for the first rate hike.
McDonald's Corp. has announced it suffered hacks in South Korea and Taiwan, exposing data from a number of employees and consumers.
With the end of this intensive surveillance, the canned tuna products from these exporters entering Spain will no longer need to go through a special surveillance process.
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