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Deutsche Bank: Book Profits For Indonesia As Growth Slows

With estimates for Indonesia’s economic growth in 2016 being revised downward to 5.2% from 5.3% and Bank Indonesia not willing to cut rates just because inflation is low, a Deutsche Bank analyst recommends that investors stay Neutral risk in Indonesia and use the current strength in the market to selectively take profit. Viacheslav Shilin published his August 5 research piece titled “Indonesia macro trip notes: setting expectations high...again. Stay Neutral” after meeting with government officials and key

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