Banks led U.S. stocks mostly lower Wednesday after a brief rally sparked by the Federal Reserve's latest policy update faded. The real action centered in the bond market, where prices rose sharply, pulling Treasury yields down to the lowest levels they've seen in more than a year.
This year’s presidential election may have seen investors adopt a wait and see approach but investment managers say they should not hesitate, as there are some attractive assets to buy even before April’s poll.
The strengthening rupiah in November led to an increase in Indonesia’s external debt, Bank Indonesia data has revealed. Meanwhile, the private sector also banked on the favorable borrowing conditions to seek funding from overseas, analysts have said.
The development of coffee shops in Indonesia does it show that Indonesians are coffee drinkers? Telegraph UK has charted countries in the world that include countries that love coffee based on the amount of coffee consumed per capita