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Indonesia funds market ends 2021 in the black

Arrow up 2.0Fund assets in Indonesia were up by 1.11% at the end of 2021 according to figures released by the Financial Services Authority of Indonesia. Assets rose to US$40.81 billion, thanks largely to a strong final quarter. Equity funds grew by 3.87% while bond funds rose by 3.32% and money market funds climbed 7.04% between October and December. Total assets in that quarter increased by 5.11% The growth in the final quarter coincided with a decline in the number of Covid cases detected in the country. Indonesia reached a peak of 44,271 daily cases in July but these dropped to less than 1,000 in October and under 500 in November and December. ©2022 funds global asia

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