USD/IDR - US Dollar Indonesian Rupiah

Real-time FX
14,387.5
+2.5(+0.02%)
  • Prev. Close:
    14,385
  • Bid/Ask:
    14,385.0/14,390.0
  • Day's Range:
    14,360.0 - 14,395.0
  • Type:Currency
  • Group:Exotic
  • Base:US Dollar
  • Second:Indonesian Rupiah

USD/IDR Overview

Prev. Close
14,385
Bid
14,385
Day's Range
14,360-14,395
Open
14,360
Ask
14,390
52 wk Range
13,866-14,634
1-Year Change
2.5%
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Type
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Moving AveragesBuyBuyStrong BuyStrong BuyStrong Buy
Technical IndicatorsStrong BuyStrong BuyStrong BuyStrong BuySell
SummaryStrong BuyStrong BuyStrong BuyStrong BuyNeutral
Pattern
Timeframe
Reliability
Candles Ago
Candle Time
Completed Patterns
Tri Star Bullish15
8Jan 28, 2022 05:45
Tri Star Bullish15
52Jan 26, 2022 06:15
Tri Star Bearish15
54Jan 26, 2022 05:30
Doji Star Bullish1W
63Nov 08, 2020
Morning Star1M
65Aug 16
Time 28 Jan 2022, 16:17 (GMT)
Time
Cur.
Imp.
Event
Actual
Forecast
Previous
Fri, 28 January 2022
13:30USD
0.50%0.50%0.50%
13:30USD
4.90%4.80%4.70%
13:30USD
0.90%0.90%
13:30USD
1.00%1.20%1.30%
13:30USD
1.10%1.50%
13:30USD
5.805.70
13:30USD
0.40%0.60%
13:30USD
0.30%0.50%0.50%
13:30USD
-0.60%-0.60%0.40%
13:30USD
-1.00%-0.20%
15:00USD
3.10%3.10%2.90%
15:00USD
64.1065.8068.30
15:00USD
67.2068.7070.60
15:00USD
72.0073.2074.20
15:00USD
4.90%4.90%4.80%
17:00USD
4.30%
18:00USD
491.00
18:00USD
604.00
20:30USD
1.90K
20:30USD
22.30K
20:30USD
388.10K
20:30USD
385.80K
20:30USD
194.20K
20:30USD
30.20K
20:30USD
-118.00K
20:30USD
125.20K
20:30USD
29.70K
20:30USD
128.00K
20:30USD
4.80K

Central Banks

Current Rate0.00%-0.25%
GovernorJerome H. Powell
Current Rate3.50%
Central Bank GovernorPerry Warjiyo
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  • will hit 15,000 or above ?
    0
    • will hit 16,800 till 20,450 ? reply please ...
      0
      • will hit 15.580 till 16400 ? reply please
        0
        • test
          0
          • guys, do u know how to trade usdidr?
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            • mana bisa bro buset dah
              0
          • i think idr will be strongest than usd after the election ..maybe at half june
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            • sadly it's not happening boss
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          • i think idr will be strongest than usd after the election ..maybe at half june
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            • I think there will be stagflation; US Dollar shortage is caused by: 1) Fed normalising balance sheet / reducing debt by paying off loans (not by printing money but selling back bonds to banks and banks hands them the money; it is the reverse of bond buying or QE) 2) Funding fiscal deficit spending, the spending cause more debt and treasury needs to fund those deficits 3) Tax cuts leads to one-time increase in share price / asset prices as buybacks and repatriation are being done but not to spending on capital expenditure or human resources but via financial engineering 4) Trade war causes in drop of economic activity and cause inflation, not by higher spending but by higher cost of production. 5) Oil may continue to rise, as political uncertainty rises 6) US companies are flushed with cash but are not spending on productivity 7) Approaching to later part of economic cycle, rate of debts increase becoming greater than rate of GDP, Fed has to raise rates. GDP will slow down as earrings are used to reduce debt than spending. 8) EU countries are still facing debt issues and there might be a flight of capital to the US as it is more compelling for investments and stronger USD 9) EM has to keep up with the Fed and raise its own home interest rate to prevent further weakening of their currency and flight to US Dollar
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              • Trumps effect is tax amessty dont prediction targets last on sesion december
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                • Tax Amnesty implementation will be the positive catalyst for Rupiah
                  1
                  • True, but will it be for long term?
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