Indonesian shares move higher; private consumption data buoys stocks

Regional movers in Southeast Asia include Indonesian shares (IDX, IDXJ, EIDO) which are up 0.8% in Jakarta.

The JCI is up 1.2% since hitting a four-week low on Friday.

This week, Q3 GDP printed at 5.6%, the slowest rate of expansion in almost four years.

On the bright side, household consumption grew by 5.5% for the period, just below the 5.7% rate witnessed in Q3 2012.

Across the region: SET (THD, TF, TTF) -0.7% (senate debate on amnesty bill has been moved up to Friday), PSEi (EPHE) -0.6%.

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