Bank Indonesia seen holding rates steady to support recovery

JAKARTA, April 17 (Reuters): Indonesia's central bank is expected leave its key policy rate unchanged at a record low for the rest of the year to support an economic recovery, while trying to maintain financial market stability, a Reuters poll has showed.

Bank Indonesia (BI) will keep the 7-day reverse repurchase rate at 3.50% at a policy meeting on Tuesday, where it has been since February, all 27 analysts surveyed by Reuters said.

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