MAS and Bank Indonesia extend currency agreement

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The Monetary Authority of Singapore and Bank Indonesia have extended their mutual currency agreement for another year, both institutions announced.

The arrangement includes two agreements, the MAS said in a statement. The two central banks have an arrangement to carry out bilateral swaps in local currency, to a maximum of about $7 billion.

They also have a bilateral repo agreement worth approximately $3 billion. This allows the two central banks to carry out mutual repurchase transactions to

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