Chetan Seth of Nomura explains why Asian markets aren't as vulnerable to a taper tantrum as they were in 2013 if the Fed starts to wind back stimulus.
Indonesia's meteorology agency (BMKG) has warned the heaviest rain of the season may fall in and around the densely populated capital in the coming days.
Christiaan Tuntono from Allianz Global Investors is positive on India, Indonesia and the Philippines on the back of weakness in the U.S. dollar.
BlackRock's Neeraj Seth says Asian fixed income is in a "sweet spot" but it is currently under-represented in global portfolios.
Disney said it now has almost 95 million paid subscribers to its Disney+ streaming service, helping to offset losses in other segments affected by the pandemic.
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Indonesia is still struggling with surging Covid infections, with the number of cases crossing the 1 million mark recently.
Rachmat Kaimuddin was not even 100 days into his job as CEO of Indonesian e-commerce start-up Bukalapak when the pandemic hit.
Indonesian e-commerce site Bukalapak has helped millions of neighborhood mom-and-pop kiosks modernize, becoming a multibillion-dollar business in the process.
Garuda Indonesia will have to find other sources of income to meet its revenue target, turning its focus on cargo and chartered flights, says Irfan Setiaputra, its president and CEO.
Indonesia's Gojek saw its grocery delivery services grow seven to eight times over the last six months, compared to pre-pandemic levels, says co-CEO Kevin Aluwi.
Bank Indonesia will continue to maintain loose monetary policy until such signs emerge, given that inflation is currently under control, says Perry Warjiyo, the central bank's governor.
The rupiah has stayed roughly flat against the U.S. dollar this year, after losing 1.1% to the greenback in 2020 at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Johanna Chua from Citi Global Markets Asia sees the coronavirus mutations complicating the recovery trajectory for Asia's economies.
Indonesia has expanded its safety net to financially support 40%-45% of its population, which has seen a 'new poor' created by the coronavirus pandemic, says Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati.
Indonesia's finance minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati said estimates by experts showed the country needs around 15 months to vaccinate 180 million people.
Careers in health care, education and digital services are set to be among the fastest-growing in Southeast Asia this year, according to a new LinkedIn report.
More than 740 people were injured and over 27,800 left their homes after the 6.2 magnitude quake, the country's disaster mitigation agency said.
A 6.2-magnitude earthquake on Indonesia's Sulawesi island killed at least seven people, injured hundreds and damaged many buildings on Friday.