Idul Fitri Advisory
Monday, June 11, 2018
The Indonesian government will shut down for 10 days from June 11-20 as the country marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan, expected to fall on June 15 or 16.
This is the longest Idul Fitri holiday in the country’s history, but banks have assured they’ve prepared enough cash and improved their IT systems to anticipate the increased demand.
Bank Indonesia also said it would resume limited operations on June 19, and the stock market will open for business again on June 20, with clearing activities opening on June 19.