Determinant Factor of Indonesia Banking Industry to Issued Bond in 2006-2014

  •  Faldy Baskoro    
  •  Ir. Nunung Nuryartono    
  •  Ir. Tb Nur Ahmad Maulana    


Due to global economic crisis which occured in 2008, has caused the volatility of the market and increasing the market risk. Moreover, the banking industry issued Basel III Act as a respond in order to strengthen the stability of the financial sector and prevent the negative effect on the economy from the crisis that may occur in the future. Based on Basel III Act, the banking industry is expected to meet the requirement through internal and external business activity. Furthermore, the aim of this study is to analyze which factor that determined the volume of bond issued based on internal and external factors of the company. The result shows that CAR, NIM, and BI Rate have significant effect on the volume of bond issued. span class="hps">has always been one of the most important, including, among others, calendar effects. The sell-in-May-and-go-away (also called Halloween) effect is worth considering from the point of view of assessing the portfolio management effectiveness and behavioral finance. This paper tests the sell-in-May-and-go-away strategy and its modifications on the market of 122 equity indices and 39 commodities in the eight approaches, depending on the investment time horizon (October-15th May, November-15th May, October-1st May, November-1stMay) and types of computed rates of return (accrued rates of return and average daily geometric rates of return). Calculations presented in this paper indicate the presence of the sell-in-May-and-go-away effect on the analyzed markets in the classic time frame, as well as in the different time frames. ation in the country. Markets determine nominal exchange rate should prevail in the economy. The country should regulate its foreign reserve policy by setting a threshold, above which excess deposit should be plough back to the domestic economy inform of investments rather than support excessive importation.


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