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Bank Indonesia  (BI), the Indonesian central bank,  Governor  Perry Warjiyo was on the wires earlier today, via Reuters,  noting that the central bank has moved its stance from keeping the financial system stable to support economic growth now.

“Starting this year the interest rate and the four other tools are set on pro-growth, that is why we have cut interest rates twice,” Warjiyo said.

BI surprised markets last Thursday by lowering its key interest rate by 25 bps for the second straight month to 5.50%.

USD/IDR sits at weekly tops of 14,277.50, as the Indonesian Rupiah remains tracks the Yuan lower amid the US-China trade war escalation.