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Indonesia c.bank deputy gov says liquidity is "heading toward tightness"


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JAKARTA, May 17 (Reuters) - Indonesia cental bank deputy governor Dody Budi Waluyo said on Friday that liquidity in the banking system is "heading toward tightness" and financing may become an issue as it looks to support economic growth.

Waluyo said Bank Indonesia will continue to use money market instruments to ensure there is enough liquidity in the market amid financial outflows triggered by the U.S.-China trade war.

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JAKARTA, May 17 (Reuters) - Indonesia cental bank deputy governor Dody Budi Waluyo said on Friday that liquidity in the banking system is "heading toward tightness" and financing may become an issue as it looks to support economic growth.

Waluyo said Bank Indonesia will continue to use money market instruments to ensure there is enough liquidity in the market amid financial outflows triggered by the U.S.-China trade war.






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